February 25, 2021

How We Do Kids Quiet Time

As caregivers, I don’t think we are weaker for needing an hour in a day. Just knowing that there is an hour everyday set aside, can be really powerful for all it allows us to do. That’s why quiet time started for us. But it’s gone on the become a valuable thing for every member of our family, and now out kids really need that break.

This video talks all about how we made quiet time happen from the beginning, how we’ve adjusted as the kids have gotten older, and some of the troubleshooting around exactly how it happens. I tried to include everything I could think of that you might need to know to make it work for your family too. Hopefully this helps on your journey!


How We Do Kids Quiet Time

 

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