First things first, I wanted to share my reasoning behind starting Lennox in preschool, and then I want to go more into the benefits preschool has on children, and then I would like to offer some great tips to prepare your tot for preschool. Here goes.
Nonetheless, going to the pool with a toddler still requires a lot of energy. You have to nonstop chase after them, keep them safe from the sun and water and, if your toddler is anything like mine, you have to police toy steeling, splashing, tantrums and all of the unexpected expectations that come hand-in-hand with having a toddler. Having the right products can really change the whole pool dynamic. After two months of consistent pool trips, I am finally able to relax some since Lennox is more comfortable swimming, and now that I have invested in all the necessary toddler pool items. I wanted to share these essential items as well as fun toys to pack for when you go to the pool with your toddler!
Toddlers grow and learn at such a fast pace. They are little sponges that soak up everything in their surroundings. Sometimes life gets busy, and we forget that these adorable-little-demanding-creature-bosses are so overwhelmed with their daily surroundings, new abilities, and the inability to express themselves, which results in tantrums.
I notice Lennox throwing more tantrums when he is not receiving stimulation, attention, or isn’t being heard. One of the worst times is when I am on my phone or computer. As a result, I have cut back on technology, even T.V. time. I am substituting it with something that interests him and calms him down, crafts.Read More
Toddler life is hard. They are demanding, tantrum-throwing creatures, so all we want to do as parents is keep them entertained, and stimulated. Having the right toys can really do the trick. Therefore, I wanted to share a list of some of our favorite outdoor products that keep our busy-bodied toddler entertained this summer.