The following post is by contributor Emily Carter of The Pilot”s Wife.
I may have a degree in Early Childhood Education and years of experience in childcare and teaching, but I”m going to admit something today: keeping young children entertained and occupied can be challenging!
My son is currently 2 1/2 and a ball of unending energy. I turn around for just a moment to fix a snack and find a trail of destruction through the house.
Adding to the frustration, popular media would have you believe that you constantly need something new and shiny every few weeks to keep up with your child”s developmental needs.
In my search for ideas, I”ve come across a few wonderful resources that will help you breathe new life into the things you already have in your home.