Deciding what activities to sign your toddler up for is never an easy decision. First, your toddler is still very young and can't tell you what he wants to learn or actually be interested in. Second, it costs money. You don't want to waste money on an activity your child may not enjoy.
It is officially spring on March 20th this year. A year ago, the country and the world was shut down due to the famous Coronavirus. A year later and we are still dealing with this deadly virus. As long as we stay safe during this pandemic, we can still enjoy ourselves. Here are 5 spring activities to do with your kids!
It is important to keep your toddler active, busy and learning! There are many gymnastics benefits for toddlers because you get to bond with your child, but also teach your little one social skills. This is super beneficial for my son and probably many young children during this pandemic. My son is super attached to me and scared of everyone except for everyone in my home, which includes, his 2 brothers, my husband and myself. There is a new instructor in training in his swim class, so these last 2 weeks he hasn't been too comfortable. It takes him longer to warm up to a male vs female. Must be the deep voice!
Do you struggle to find everyday learning activities to do with your toddler? I admit, sometimes I do, as I want to play and teach my toddler what he should be doing now, for his milestones. Playtime, of any form is super important but it's nice to implement learning activities for their age. This helps advance their skills. A while ago I found the playfully app. (Not Sponsored). This app is geared for children ages 0-3 months. It lists fun and quick activities to play with your child, based on age. There is a paid version but I use the free one and it still provides plenty of fun!
Should you take a parent and baby swim class? There are so many questions on mommy and baby swim classes. How old do you have to be? How long are the classes? How to pack and is it worth it. I figured I’d make a post to answer all your questions about mommy and baby swim classes! What to know edition 😆. Ill start by saying, swim classes are definitely worth it!
Every Halloween we bake spider cookies as a family. A tradition that started when the boys were preschoolers. It’s fun that we are still carrying out the tradition years later. I found this recipe on Epicurious. On the website it is listed as tarantula cookies. Since then I have changed it up a bit.
Halloween will be different this year just like everything else, due to the pandemic. But no reason to get down. There are many ways to celebrate halloween with family and friends! One thing you don't have to worry about is spending tons of money. Here are 5 halloween craft activities on a budget to decorate your home! I personally just decorate for the fall and throw in a few crafts I make with the kids.
Blog #119: There are many things we can still do during this pandemic for fall activities. You may just have to do things with your own family or keep groups smaller than 10 (here in Massachusetts, anyway). Growing up, fall was my least favorite season because the change in temperature. Cold in the morning and [...]