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Quality Time With Your Kids

Get ideas for outings with your kids and make sure you spend quality time together.
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Review 1 for Quality Time With Your Kids

Date:March 22, 2014
Jmalcolm23
I'm a single mom of two, and bonding time with my kids is sometimes difficult between school and work, but I try my best to give both my kids attention. I really love the idea of making alphabet books with pictures of their favorite things around the house. My daughter and I have a bedtime routine every night where we read a bedtime story together and have a small chat before going to sleep. That quality time is so very important, and is something we all need to make time for.
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Review 2 for Quality Time With Your Kids

Date:September 28, 2013
peenie
I liked your article I am a single mother of five and as you know everything is so expensive now a days it makes it hard to take your kids to all the great places you would want to go with them your article but things back intoo perpective your article gave me ideas of my own that I could do with them for free I also liked your ideas I will spend time tody
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Review 3 for Quality Time With Your Kids

Date:July 1, 2013
Ariadyna
Sometimes the only time together my toddler and I have is in the car. I have found that signing songs he likes (Wheels on the Bus, ABCs, Itzy Bitzy Spider, etc.) provide a lot of quality time. He enjoys it and had a blast. Sometimes I change the words and he thinks this is so funny. On a good day, we have better quality time with reading or coloring, but sometimes that just isn't possible. This is the next best thing.
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Review 4 for Quality Time With Your Kids

Date:November 26, 2011
kimmy2296
These are all great ideas and wonderful forms of encouragement to get parents to spend time with their kids! I even allow my son to "help" me do my homework. He knows how to turn the screen saver off and one, and I will allow him to use the keyboard to type up his own paper (if mommy is working on a lengthy paper for school). He absolutely loves the little things. I include him in all of my projects by allowing him in on the fun too... gluing, drying, coloring, etc. and if there is something he shouldnt be using like scissors, i give him cards to make for family members while im using the unsafe items.
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Review 5 for Quality Time With Your Kids

Date:September 5, 2011
howieanddavidsmom
my two sons love going out with me to the store, they always want one of the car carts so they can make noises and think they are driving them. also i recetly went with my friend for a 2 mile walk in the city and it was a blast, time with my sons and an excerise all in one. it was worth it
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Review 6 for Quality Time With Your Kids

Date:July 19, 2011
Anonymous
I found this comforting. Considering I always feel like I'm not teaching Royce anything. My parents weren't very hands on. So I've been trying to change that. Only I always think that I could be doing more. Even though my husband has the car all day long. It's nice to know that even if all we do is sit outside and weed the garden, he is learning something. I gotta admit, I'm not sure what expectations I want from myself. I'm not a trained teacher or anything. So don't worry all mom's out there! Even with no money and no transportation, not to mention living in the city....your little one can still have fun outdoors. All he/she really needs is you! Jus keep in mind that they are STILL new to our world so anything they see, feel, or touch is a learning experience.
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