Hello, Hope you have all been enjoying your toddlers, I know I have. Jordan and I have a lot of fun together playing, learning and laughing. This is a key time to teach them about God and their surroundings, it’s never to early to start teaching your child on purpose, cause really even though you aren’t saying you are having school, really you are everyday in everything you do. So have some fun with it and plan some special time for just you and your tot to have purposeful playtime.
I have been so blessed with great kids. This week we had fun in the water. In the past my older girls have done a sink sensory activity, but for my teeny tiny tot, I decided to keep her on the floor and do a water sensory activity. Just to be on the safe side. Cause water and her can get a little crazy… if you know what I mean?!
So I found a shallow tub and filled it with water, bath toys, funnels, cups and measuring cups. I would have put bubbles in too, but Jordan doesn’t like them…lol! No really she is terrified and screams her head off if she sees bubbles. It is so hilarious! But Sans bubbles, she had so much fun — Splashing, filling, pouring and making a huge mess — She loved it!
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Besides this blog, she also hosts a Homeschooling 101 Community on Facebook. She's passionate about lifting moms out of the homeschooling trenches that are discouraged, overwhelmed or feeling alone or isolated. Her hope is to point them to Christ and equip them to rise up with a new found hope and joy within that He alone can provide.
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