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Be a Fun Parent
I’ve written a few times about how hard it can be to be a Fun Parent.
Sometimes we don’t want to play. Sometimes we don’t want to set up that “fun activity” that the kids are going to play with for 5 minutes, but it takes 30 minutes to clean up.
For me, I’ve found the enjoyment of doing simple, spur of the moment, easy activities with my kids.
A Dance Party!!
I love putting on some music and shakin my thing with my kids, and they LOVE it to.
My 16 Month Old really loves it. Nothing gets him giggling and moving like Happy from Pharell Williams.
We do this so often that I’ve put together a You Tube Playlist that I turn on almost every day.
It gets our body moving.
It’s great for our relationship.
Who wouldn’t want a Dance party?
Need some tips on how to have a Rockin’ Dance Party? Check out this play prompt by Knoala.
I’m really starting to love this little app. It’s full of really simple, playful activities…because sometimes I need a bit of help coming up with the simple things.
Check it out for yourself.
A little bit more about Knoala….
Knoala offers thousands of fun & development-boosting activities for parents to enjoy with infants, toddlers and preschoolers. Based on your child’s age and local weather conditions, Knoala finds activities that are most suitable for you and your family. Bond with your child over games and crafts that foster artistic, cognitive, emotional, motor, sensory and language skills. Connect with thousand of parents to exchange ideas on how to keep your child happy and busy. Follow the hottest mom and dad bloggers for their expert advice on keeping your little ones entertained. With Knoala in hand, you never have to worry about your child feeling bored again. All content on Knoala are free, and always will be.
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