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When baby is overstimulated.

Babies, toddlers, and overstimulation | SimpleKids.net

She starts to get restless and lets out the wail we’ve come to call “the warning shot.”  Act fast, mom, because I’m about to lose it here. I recognize her whimpers and I pick her up and whisper in her ear as we walk around the room. We walk and rock and it doesn’t take long before she is asleep, worn out from play and observing the world around her.

There are fussy moments that mean the baby is tired.  Or hungry.  Or overstimulated.  Amelia lets me know.

As I learn more and more about my child, I learn what her cries mean, what facial expressions indicate she’s overwhelmed, and I can anticipate her responses. 

This is something that an older sibling (and sometimes other adults) can’t as easily do.  At times there are hurt feelings when what seems like happy play is abruptly ended by baby’s frantic cries.  “She doesn’t like me anymore.”

Sometimes, we can’t always decipher what our babies are trying to tell us.  One moment baby is happy and giggling, enjoying the game, and the next she is overwhelmed and frantic.

And, if it is tricky for grown ups to decipher, it definitely isn’t easy for a young sibling to understand the sudden shift in baby’s emotions.

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Worthwhile Reads, Lovely Things

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Welcome to my new readers and to those of you returning to this space!  When I shut down my personal blog (temporarily, it’s up and running again) one thing I knew for sure I did want to bring over to this space is my weekly-ish Worthwhile Reads and Lovely Things posts. These are some of my favorite posts to write.

Thanks for joining me for the Simple Kids version of WRaLT! Now, let’s get to the good stuff!

Here are this week’s worthwhile reads and lovely things …

Find of the Week: we’ve been using this giant bubble recipe that we found on the Happy Hooligans blog and have had good success with it. We’ve been using corn syrup in place of glycerin, mainly because I haven’t been able to find any glycerin at any of the stores we’ve been to lately (local folks, any tips on where to find this around here?) This recipe makes sturdy bubbles that do grow into giants with the right combination of bubble wand and windy day.

Blogs: here are some worthwhile reads I came across in my browsing lately …

Local Loves: a few weeks ago my family and I found ourselves at one of the newest businesses here in our hometown of Fortville, Kewpie’s Kloset. It’s a children’s resell shop located on Main Street (right next door the the ice cream shop) that sells quality resell kids’ clothing and some handmade and new items, too. Prices range from $1.99 to $80 and I was impressed with the inventory – lots of fun items at a sweet price. Our friends at Towne Mama recently did a write up about this sweet resell shop. You can check the shop out on facebook, too.

School Days:  We do homeschool year round, but we’re taking a few weeks off to mark the official end of the year and to give our brains a break before we start again as 8th, 3rd, and 1st graders.

::: That’s what I found worthwhile and lovely. :::

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Back to School: 6 Things Your Child’s Teacher Wants You to Know

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The following post was written by contributor Emily. I felt like it was timely to republish as we prepare to head back to school this year.

The time is upon us again. Back to School is in full swing across the country. As you are gathering your supplies and shopping for new clothes, I wanted to share some thoughts on heading back to school from a teacher’s perspective.

Your child’s teacher might not share these things with you, but I can assure you, they will be thinking them!

6 Tips for Heading Back to School

1. View This Year as a Clean Slate

Last year your child may have had their very favorite teacher (or maybe not-so-favorite). Regardless of the previous teacher, look at this new year as a chance to start fresh.

Your new teacher will probably be different than last year’s so give your child some time to adjust to different expectations and routines. [Read more…]