Wordless Wednesday: Routines

This week we asked: What do your routines look like?

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From Shannon: “I still need a mid day break, even though Moira is long done with napping. To help her settle down for quiet solitary play, I am trying to make a routine of setting up activities or play scenes for her to interact with. The one from St Patrick’s Day kept her interest for three separate quiet times.”

Shannon blogs at Pineapples & Artichokes.


From The Other Baby Book: Rain boots on and a walk around the yard every morning. Bonus: Puddles to jump in.


From Our Muddy Boots: “We are not big on routines in our house, but every morning when we take a walk we stop for tea and bananas (and sometimes a muffin!).”


From Adrienne: “Cooking breakfast together is a fun way to start our mornings.”

Adrienne blogs at Mommying My Way.


This is Andrew and his daddy, settling down for naptime.
The routine is read, snuggle, sleep. Usually it works pretty well.

Kym blogs at Our Crazy Corner of the World.


Jorje admits she fails at routines and generally resists them,
but since installing this checklist, bedtime has been a breeze!

Jorje blogs at Momma Jorje.com.

Tell us: What do routines look like in your family?

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