Best of Social Media Posts

Best of Social Media Posts

Our social media posts are usually quick tips that do not need a longer explanation to be a blog post. However, I find them to be useful for everyday inspiration and ideas. 

Here are some of my favorites that I find to be useful for both your toddler and preschooler. 

Make connections to the real world with books on the go. Grey loves to see crane trucks and diggers on the road, and then look them up in his book. 

Make connections to the real world with books on the go. Grey loves to see crane trucks and diggers on the road, and then look them up in his book. 

Raining? Cut up a food box to create your own puzzle.

Raining? Cut up a food box to create your own puzzle.

Why do we go outdoors? Outdoor play enhances creativity and stimulates senses. It encourages the development of social, physical, cognitive and language development. It also feels refreshing to be in the open air. 

Why do we go outdoors? Outdoor play enhances creativity and stimulates senses. It encourages the development of social, physical, cognitive and language development. It also feels refreshing to be in the open air. 

Touch and Count for the little fingers. (8-12 months) It is never too early to introduce this concept. 

Inspiration at the park that could lead to backyard decor. 

Why do we rotate parks? Each park has a different set of equipment. I notice Grey taking new risks and achieving climbs that he didn't previously attempt. Go ahead, try a new park this weekend. 

Summer birthday? Here are some decorations for a little girl's birthday party.

Out of ideas? Cut. This will improve fine motor skills and also take up a little time on the longer days. :) 

This is how we DIY. Seriously. Sometimes it is better to not overthink the "how". 

A headboard made from wooden stakes makes a beautiful, inexpensive addition to your preschooler's new "big girl" or "big boy" bed.

I draw a black dot on either side of the paintbrush for my preschooler to see where to place his fingers. 

Don't give up. I have tried, and tried, and tried, and tried...to get my preschooler to eat a smoothie. One day, he wanted one! Don't give up. Take breaks in between asking. Try different cups and straws. One day, your preschooler will also give in to a spinach drink! 

And we were featured on Today's Parent's Instagram feed for their June dad crush! This post read:  Agree? Children learn more from what you do, rather than what you say. Remain active. Eat well. Speak kindly. Embrace learning. Do push-ups. 

And we were featured on Today's Parent's Instagram feed for their June dad crush!

This post read: 

Agree? Children learn more from what you do, rather than what you say. Remain active. Eat well. Speak kindly.
Embrace learning. Do push-ups. 

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