That is not what this is.
Oh, I agree. I think it works in certain scenarios, when the kid doesn’t quite know whether to feel nervous or excited. Deeper fears need to be explored thoroughly.
We used the Daniel Tiger jingle a lot, too. It’s really cute when a three-year-old belts out in the middle of the playground: “That was fun but now it’s DONE!”
Yes! I am all for making your baby’s closet like Mark Zuckerberg’s. Buy all the same colored onesies for a certain size (i.e. 0-3 months: white, 3-6 months: gray, 6-12 months: navy, etc.). It’s not boring—the babies themselves are still adorable! Haha.
So true. The fact that your mom still remembers all this shows how much she cared, and that makes her a great parent.
Oh, gosh, I love that.
It is indeed a stock photo. :)
So nice. Thank you so much!
You might give each kid their own prompts, writing their names at the top so they know whose is whose. Or you can do some family prompts: “What should we plant in our garden?” etc.
You asked so kindly, so sure.
Ha, it was handed down to us by my husband’s grandparents. We’re actually hoping to sell it, but nobody really buys grand pianos these days. So for now, we’re hanging onto it. It’s gorgeous, but massive.
Perhaps we will do a Part 2. Or Part Number 2. (I’ll see myself out.)
That’s really impressive. But gosh, poor thing. :(
Haaaaa. This made me laugh.
Yay! I’m so glad.
I would not doubt it. A good reminder for me to be more thoughtful about how I speak of myself.
Gaahhhhh, their “significant otter!”
I don’t really know. I just remember looking at the clock after what felt like forever and thinking “It’s still morning?!”