Research studies show that our bodies adjust better when going back in time, rather than going forward. If you want to prepare, here are four options that will help you and your child make this adjustment!
Adulting is hard, parenting is hard, and parenting during a pandemic is not for the faint of heart. Parenting during a pandemic while sleep deprived with a cranky child in your arms, siblings arguing, and a spouse just as fried as you? Well, that’s just a whole other story or basically a lot of family’s stories these days.
Today I want to talk about one of the aspects of my coaching: bedtime routines. This really is the lynchpin that can hold everything together.
The meaning behind “Sleepytime Support” and what that Support looks like for my clients.
My Tips for Parenting Twins:
Of course, nothing can fully prepare you for the workload, comments, and unwanted attention!
From bike riding to sleeping, we cannot force our child to learn a new skill. It comes with opportunity, practice, support, encouragement, and repetition. Repeat 10 million times.
I knew it. I read about it, heard about it, and learned about it. However, nothing prepares you for it until you’ve actually experienced it yourself.
Please, oh please, stop telling mothers to “Enjoy every minute because it goes by so fast.”
So, what’s different about my blog? Why should you read it?