Maybe it’s the short attention span at 19 months, that has some toys fail and others rocket. Perhaps some toys look to us “adults” like so much fun, when in actual fact they are pretty boring. Especially after the paper comes off! Whatever the reason may be – our toddler plays with 3-4 items out of his boxes of toys.
Last week we received a dehumidifier from GMC Aircon to review and I must be honest, what I knew about a dehumidifier was really bleak. I had assumed that this was going to assist with some troubles we had like sinus, allergies and asthma. Although these are not mainly used for this, the dehumidifier actually solved a much bigger problem that we have – mold.
Date nights are far and few in between in our home, as mentioned previously we make time to spend at least 30 minutes in devotional every day (When our situation allows of course!). When Christian Art Media sent me the new Mr & Mrs Collection hamper, I was absolutely elated that it contained 52 date night ideas and a sweet devotional as well! They have also given me an extra set to host a giveaway for one lucky reader! Accckkk!!!
Daniel and I are playing on the couch, innocently and I think we are having fun, when out of nowhere he slaps me. Flat hand across the face. *the horror* I wasn’t really sure how to deal with it at the time, I think purely out of shock. Daniel is a very loving, social child who to my knowledge is not aggressive at all. Is it normal for toddlers to be hitting? What am I doing wrong? Why would he do that? What should I be doing?
A few years ago, when my preteen was in the thick of her “Barbie craze”, she wanted not just to have as many Barbie’s as we could afford. She also wanted to be Barbie. Retrospectively this is really funny, because obviously she couldn’t change her appearance but.. At 5 – the imagination is not limited. Emilie believed if she wished hard enough, was good enough, and did enough chores (or whatever I told her) she could have blonde hair and blue eyes like her role model – Barbie.