As a mom, one of the hardest things has been to see my kids doubt themselves. Confidence is not something that happens overnight, but it is something we can help our kids develop with a bit of support from us as parents. As a mom, I see the potential that my kids have. Getting them to see it themselves can sometimes be a challenge. A big thanks to DocuSol® Kids, who have sponsored today’s post so we can share these tips with you.
Are you sick of stepping on Lego bricks? Haven’t seen the floor in your child’s room for months?
I have good news! I’ve found the perfect way to help you stop procrastinating and declutter your child’s room FAST.
I will warn you, you probably will not be excited about this method but it is super effective.
Young children are creatures of habit. They love routine and want everything to be predictable. Anything from a party that run past (or right up to) bedtime, to a holiday, to traveling can disrupt a kid’s routine and throw them into a tailspin. And kids that are out of sorts are much more likely to have temper tantrums and meltdowns – something we’d all like