When Tristan was about 6 years old he would NEVER sit. He was always on the move. I had to chase my ever growing non-verbal “toddler” every waking moment. Most of the time I felt more like a security guard instead of a mom. Or maybe a life guard on land(not that one really exists). If something looked dangerous he would gravitate towards it. This went on for years…
Bored with English!
Tristan loves to watch YouTube on his tablet. It is always the same genre of videos. Videos with songs on Abc’s, colors, shapes, and counting! I am grateful for all the creative video content on these topics. He is developmentally a toddler/preschooler, and he thoroughly enjoys choosing his videos. Lately…he has discovered you can watch the same topics of videos in other languages!
A Lesson From a Forever Toddler
Our son Tristan is 16 years old but developmentally a toddler in most areas. Some days I wonder why God gifted me with a forever toddler! Other days, I am grateful. I am thankful because toddlers are fairly easy to entertain. I know toddlers need many activities to occupy their day. However, they do not necessarily require a lot of money.
Tristan + Stickers + Cocoa Butter Lotion = ?
On Saturday while I was cleaning up the kitchen, Continue reading