No Child Left Inside

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One concern I had when I started staying home with my little munchkin was she wouldn’t get the socialization she would need and that most kids received from daycare.

So instead, I try to plan a few fun adventures during the week with the hopes of keeping her social and in turn, tiring her out so she *hopefully* sleeps through the night.

Here’s some of our adventures from the past week:

Playing basketball, aka toss the ball, at Jungle Java

Going for a bike trailer ride in the fresh air (with her new friend, Minnie)…

Playing with the train set at our local library…

And checking out a puppet show at Boogie Babies

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  1. says

    I have the same feeling sometimes that staying home with Monkey means he doesn’t get to socialize with other kids. So I do the same, I bring him out too!

    We’ve been going to a weekly gym class, and though we had a rough start, he’s really enjoying it now.

    I think you’re on the right track with all the activities you’re doing with Lil K.
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  2. says

    How does she like the bike trailer? I want to ride bikes as a family but can’t decide if I want a rear seat, trailer or front seat.

    Looks like y’all are having a blast! I need to get out with my little man more often.
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  3. says

    Looks like a fun filled week – I think you’re doing plenty! I worry about this a bit with my boy, too. My girls went to daycare and had all that socialization and they seemed 100% ready for elementary school and all its structure when the time came. My boy stays home with my husband, and he’s not out around other kids. He doesn’t know anything about a classroom setting. Of course he’s only 1. We may end up going with a pre-school in a couple years to get him ready. For right now, he gets all his socialization from his sisters and the friends they always have around.
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