Category Archives: Tumbling

The Love & Joy of Raising Our Toddler Daughter

As I shared in “Loving Life with a Toddler: The Things I Most Appreciate Today” I was extremely surprised by how deeply I loved being the mom of a toddler. I must say that I have a completely different relationship with our little girl, Baby B, than with our little boy, Kiddo A, but I’m just as fond of her toddler stage. She regularly leaves me missing the two-year-old version of the boy who made me a mom and I delight in watching her explore, develop, and acquire knowledge.

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Rough & Tumble Play

My husband and I cannot say enough about the learning center our son attends. We love the philosophy, adult to child ratio, and just about everything else the center has to offer. If we have our way, all of our children will attend.

As our first direct experience with childcare, we have learned as much as our son has. Even though my husband is a second grade teacher with credentials in early childhood education, we have been surprised by some of the things we prefer as parents. We have also been surprised by some of the things we don’t.

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