The preschool years are such a fun age. This is a time when your child’s personality will really start to shine. Preschoolers are naturally curious and interested in the world, and the people, around them. This is the age of imagination and pretend play, making friends, and new discoveries.
It is pretty wonderful to see your child’s individuality come out and to see them grow and change during these years. It seems I say this with every stage, but the preschool years are some of the most enjoyable, in my opinion.
While all of the potential turbulence of the toddler years isn’t quite behind them, this age is generally a more mellow age as children begin to understand and employ a bit more patience, kindness, and empathy with others.
All of the bumps aren’t out of the road, and some kids do seem to have a more challenging time than their peers. However, while there are still strong emotions, most parents note less escalation into the temper tantrums or the physical lashing out of the toddler years.
Preschoolers are very expressive, one of my favorite things about this age, to be honest. Not much beats the enthusiasm of a preschooler when they are happy or excited about something.