Emily and Squishy are partying it up in South Beach so we are welcoming Amber from Living at the Whiteheads Zoo! She is co-hosting with us this week!
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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 bloggers 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.
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 Feature Host is:
Many Adventures of the Modern Hippie Mama
This Week’s Topic: What is your toddlers bath time routine?
Baybah LOVES baths. Around 7:30 each night he starts asking us, “Bath, Bath?” He will run around upstairs a bit while I get his bath ready for him. I put in some Mr. Bubble bubbles, his toys, and his owl wash cloths. As an extra bonus on the weekends, I will let him play with his Mr. Bubble Foam. When everything is set, I will put him in the bath after we say, “Oooneee, Twoooo, Threee!” Baybah favorite thing about the bath is of course the bubbles, but also splashing around in the water. He always tries to put the faucet on because he loves to splash it around as it comes out. I make sure to keep it off so we do not waste water.
He will read his What Floats? book, play with his rubber ducky, and wash cloths. While he is having fun, I wash his hair, and the rest of him. He has also started to pour water on his head, so this helps wash off all of the suds! When bath time is getting close to an end, I will start draining the tub. When it is empty, I will grab him with a hooded towel, he will brush his teeth, and then we will head to his room for bedtime. I think he would stay in the tub all day and night if we let him!
Link Up Suggestions:
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.
3. Stop in to other blogs that are linking up. Leave a meaningful comment if you visit, and follow if you would like.
4. If you want to post the link up on your blog – please do! Maybe we can draw in more people to participate and share tips!!
This link up is for families that have toddlers. Raising a toddler can be fun, crazy, exciting, and exhausting.Sharing what works for you could give other families another way to do things.
Next weeks topic will be: SEE above! (under how we pick featured blogs)
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