Welcome to Week 54 of Toddler Talk Thursday!
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Toddler Talk Thursday was created as a place for moms and dads of toddlers to come together over a weekly topic and share ideas, go-to toys, or products. It is a great way to meet other parents of toddlers. Each week the topic will be different; we invite you to link up, share your weekly Toddler Talk!!
Each week the hosts will travel around to each blog to see what topic your suggest for the following week. If we choose your topic – you will be our featured blog.
Keep the GREAT suggestions coming. We have an on-going list we will choose from each week. Some topics are ones we have done in the past – but that doesn’t mean we won’t revisit them!!
In order to qualify for this you need to blog about this week’s topic, and follow the hosts. Please do not link up past posts or non-toddler talk posts.
And the end of your post – suggest a topic for next week.
Comments letting us know you are participating are always great too. If we choose your blog, we will link back to your post the following week.
This week’s featured Blog is Lil’ Bit of Us who suggested This Week’s Topic:
Dropping Your Children off at Daycare: Tips and Advice
I don’t use a daycare for my son. When we found out we were expecting tallying the cost of putting Squishy in a daycare vs. what I was making at the time, it really wasn’t worth it.
Not to mention if we could swing it, it was always my dream to be a stay at home mother while my child(ren) were young.
I do however, still have tips for dropping your toddler off at daycare as I used to work in a daycare.
No matter how bad your child’s seperation anxiety is. DO NOT sneak out. The more you tell them you love them and will always come back for them. They faster your child will adjust to you leaving them.
Make sure you involve your daycare in your child’s daily behaviors and going ons. If they are supremely crabby, let them know. If they had a rough night sleeping, let them know. If you are having eating issues, let them know.
The more open the lines of communication are better your daycare experiences are going to be.
Finally, don’t be afraid to call and check in. Daycare workers understand you want to know how their day is going. If your daycare doesn’t support this – find a daycare that does.
If you don’t like your daycare – find another one. There is a fit for every family out there, and your child will thrive in the right environment.
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1. We ask that you follow all three hosts.That way you can keep up to date on future Toddler Talks.
2. Please grab the Toddler Talk Button and display it in your post or on your blog.
Please – Before you Link up – This is NOT A BLOG HOP!! IT IS A MEME FOR PARENTS AND CAREGIVERS OF TODDLERS. If you aren’t going to post specific to this weeks topic, then don’t link up.
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