As parents, we often think about teaching our child to ride a bike or tie their shoes as being “big milestones”. Getting our children to improve their motor skills is often overlooked because most children learn some on their own. Unless the motor skills are worked on prior to “bike riding age”, your child may have a difficult time learning how to ride a bike. Motor skills are used in almost every aspect of life. How could you, as the parent, help your child with mastering motor skills at an early age?
As a huge fan of the first Incredibles movie, our family made it a family day by going to see Incredibles 2 when it was released at the theatres. It did NOT disappoint! We have all been anticipating the day that it would be released on DVD and Blu-ray! Incredibles 2 is one of those movies that doesn’t get old no matter how many times you watch it!
Sometimes, I feel like electronics and busy schedules keep kids from being kids. I want my girl to experience all the same girly girl things that I had the opportunity to enjoy as a child. I want her to make her own memories but I want her to have memories that she can look back and think, “I had such a fun childhood!”. What comes to mind from your childhood?