Adding a little something to the bedtime routine

How's the bedtime routine? You should try these ideas for a change

Bedtime routines.

It’s the consistency.

Finally after almost 10 years of bedtimes I’ve finally learned to embrace the fact that as a family we don’t have a regular set bedtime routine. And you know what? That’s okay for us.

I don’t know what I thought everyone else did or does. I just felt a heavy heart knowing that we really didn’t do a regular routine. But I look at why and it’s usually because of the end of the day tired syndrome along with three energetic boys and one me. We have things we do during the evening that prepare for bedtime.

I thought it would be fun to dream a little of things you could do at bedtime if you’re looking to make a change. Maybe something needs fixing, improving or you fancy a change.

Yoga for Kids: Three Moves and Poses to Try:: Metro Parent

Bedtime Meditations for Kids (Calm for Kids)  :: Amazon

20 Soothing Bedtime Crafts: Spoonful

Bedtime sensory tub: lavender dyed rice :: NurtureStore

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