I know when kids are little they rule the roost. You have to adhere to their schedule cause they can’t tell you what they need.
When they are toddlers you follow their lead as they explore and learn the world.
When they start school the schedule shifts to accommodate the new sleep schedule, making sure they get plenty so their little brains are ready to learn.
At some point, though, aren’t you supposed to get your house back?
It’s 8:30 pm and I am in bed.
You heard me. And, this isn’t the first time this week it’s happened! The problem is that I’ve been so conditioned over the years that this habit is hard to break. I put Mr. T in bed, do the man of the house routine and make sure all the doors are closed and locked and then I get in bed. Normally I’ll read or watch TV for a bit; however, it’s habit that after he goes to bed I do, too. That’s my quiet time, and hour in bed with minimal distractions.
Why is my quiet time happening so early this week? Cause twice this week at 8 pm Mr. T has given me a hug and said “goodnight, I’m going to bed, love you.”
So what else am I supposed to do? I hug him, do the routine and get in bed.
In other news, it was “neon” day at school. I think he nailed it!