It’s important to provide a mellow bedtime routine to help kids transition to sleep. The books tell you that.
But it’s equally important to boogie to Lady Gaga’s Telephone while getting jammies on – creating laughter and memories. My heart tells me that.
It’s important to provide nutritious, balanced meals and limit unhealthy snacks. The experts tell you that.
But sometimes it’s okay to have cake for dinner or ice cream for lunch. The smiles tell me that.
It’s important to teach proper table manners when kids are young. It will prepare them for when they live in an adult world.
But it’s also okay to giggle and make up silly words at the dinner table from time to time. It reminds us that being a kid is such a short window of time.
You’re supposed to let your children grow and mature, right before your eyes. Everyone knows that.
But when your babies are about to turn five, all you want to do is hold them, and kiss them and snuggle all day with them. I could tell you that.
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