"Mommy, the salsa fell on the floor!"
"Who was supposed to be watching Sally?"
"But Mommy, she..."
This dialogue had occurred one too many times in our home before I realized I had to have a plan for my toddlers and preschoolers while I was teaching my older children. There are many ways to solve the "roaming" toddler issue. Over the past sixteen years, we have implemented buddy systems and coordinated nap time with "school time". No matter what our strategy, our goal aimed not only at keeping our precious young ones safe, but also at engaging their minds and bodies.
Several months ago I penned an article Creative Ways to Occupy Preschoolers. Homeschooling Today printed the article in their July/August 2009 issue and it can now be read on-line. I wanted to share it with you, hoping it will encourage you as you seek ways to creatively involve your toddlers and preschoolers.
PTSD: Pain that Keeps on Giving While We Go on with Living - Dear friends, Yesterday, I spontaneously posted the photo below on Facebook along with an analogy about PTSD. Despite the ugly photo, my words must have ...
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