It’s summer and I’m all about flexing the schedule, but 10:30 p.m. bedtimes just do not fly in my house. My three and a half year old has been steadily creeping her “fall asleep time” later and later. We put her in bed close to 8 p.m. or so, but lately she’s been coming back… Read More The (non) Napping House
Warning: this might come across as a little bit of a brag post. Well, probably because it kind of is. I’m really sorry, I just can’t help it. After all, it’s official! My daughter has completed her first year of preschool and I couldn’t be more proud of her. It’s quite amazing to compare the… Read More What A Difference A Year Makes
I have been remiss in not getting back to a few of you who left comments for me somewhat recently. No real excuse except for the usual busy-ness. It’s on my list, I promise. Nothing profound in this week’s post. Just an attempt to crowd-source a solution to a child care issue headed my way… Read More Daycare Dilemma: I Have No Idea What I’m Doing With My Three-Year-Old This Summer.
[image credit] I’m embarking on some new career/business pursuits (more on those later), and they are, unsurprisingly, taking a physical and mental toll on me. While this was to be expected, I am nonetheless evaluating the situation to see if I might be able to take some steps to make my life easier right… Read More Touched Out: Toddler Nursing and the Older Child
I might have mentioned before that my mom was a Montessori teacher and I went to Montessori school as a young child. My older daughter has recently started in Montessori preschool. The school she attends does some amazing parent education nights. I’ve only been able to attend one so far, which focused on Montessori for… Read More 6 Little Things to Encourage Big Independence