Whoa, I want this.
With a kindergartener and preschooler, you can emphasize that there are good things and bad things for their bodies, that they have the power to make their own decisions (“Cool outfit that you picked out for yourself!”) and that they should follow the “uh oh” feeling they get when something isn’t right and tell a…
Yeah, now that I’ve said my baby is easy, I’m pretty sure I just jinxed it.
Haha! It was a thing for a bunch of us in the third grade! We’d make eraser dust at home and then bring it to school to show off how much we made!
Yep, go for it if it’s part of your wind-down routine. Just don’t overdo it with soap!
Four or five hours *is* mind-blowing to me. I treasure time with my kids but I also always see clothes that need to be folded, food that needs to be prepped, forms that need to be filled out, stuff I need to get organized for the new week. Maybe a trick is to leave the house.
I like the timer thing because usually,…
I like it, too! I can ask. It looks similar to the Ikea Sunnersta rail and containers.
I think it can be most helpful on a train, when you the parent are holding your own handle. It gives the kid some extra stability. And yes, I would definitely hold the kid’s hand when entering and exiting the train.
I can imagine other scenarios where it would be nice to have, too—say, if you’re alone and have…
Physical activity > palette cleanser book is an excellent tip!
YES. At least in some men’s restrooms. I saw the little baby holder icon on the door.
Just let me have my verb and feel culturally relevant, dangit!
This is great info!
Gosh, yes, thank you. This is so important as well.
Thanks! It was about 30 hours of labor and five hours of pushing! *cries*
Thank you so much! Glad to be back.
Ahh, good luck to you!
Aw, a special salt shaker. That is heartwarming!