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Oodles Of Local Holiday Events

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There is plenty to do around this time of year! We don’t want to cram the holidays full of “doing” at the expense of enjoying this holiday season, but it’s fun to enjoy some festive things with the family along the way.

Our first Lionheart Children’s Academy is located in Arlington, TX, so here are some events going on in and around Arlington that are fun for the whole family:

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Check out the Spirit of Arlington website for a big ol’ list of events going on in Lionheart’s backyard!

Fort Worth – Sundance Square

Here is a great list of events going on in downtown Fort Worth at the beautiful Sundance Square.

Grand Prairie

Here’s a calendar of Grand Prairie’s events including lights, live events, and Santa!

Mansfield

Here is historic Mansfield’s calendar of holiday events.

Hurst

Hurst has Santa’s Mailbox, tree lighting, and much more! Check out their calendar here.

Euless

Euless has a parade of lights, breakfast with Santa, and a historic park Christmas celebration – find their calendar of events here.

Bedford

If you’re in Bedford, they’ve got a tree lighting at the Historic Old Bedford School and a community wide decorating contest! Get the details here.

Grapevine

Grapevine, TX claims to be the “Christmas Capital of Texas,” so it’s probably worth checking out!

Irving

If you’re in Irving, you won’t want to miss the Holiday Extravaganza! Get the details here.

 

We hope this Christmas season fosters togetherness in your family – how ever big or small it may be!

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LCA SigAbout Lionheart: Lionheart Children’s Academy is a non-profit Christian organization committed to excellence in early childhood education. We are passionate about equipping kids to be world changers, and supporting working parents who need quality, affordable care and education for their children. Our first center is located at Lake Arlington Baptist Church in South Arlington.

At Lionheart Children’s Academy, we place a priority on our relationships with not only our children, but also our parents. We invite you to visit us in person and take a tour of our facility. We’ll answer your questions and then walk you through the enrollment process. To schedule a tour, please call us at 817-768-6865 or click here to schedule online.

To read more about Lionheart Children’s Academy, visit our website.

 

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Local Pumpkin Patches & Tips for Making the Day Fun

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I’m pretty sure that my parents never took me to a single pumpkin patch when I was growing up. I just don’t remember it being a thing for us Texas kids. But now, well, by golly, a fall pumpkin patch is an important rite of passage for today’s kiddos, and it’s a permanent part of my fall to-do list.

Last October, my little Wrenn was only three months old – unable to even sit up on her own, much less have any idea what a pumpkin patch was all about. But I called my sister anyway and asked if her family wanted to meet us so we could take pictures for each other. A few lessons I learned as a first-time pumpkin patch mom:

1. Bring a change of clothes. My little one had a blow-out diaper the minute we got to the pumpkin patch, so we had to go with Outfit #2. Just assume it will happen to you!

2. Set low expectations. For us, it wasn’t exactly easy to capture awesome photos of our little one, since she couldn’t sit up on her own. We did a few obligatory photos of her lying on a blanket surrounded by pumpkins, and a few quick family photos. My one-year-old nephew fell and hit his head on a pumpkin and cried. My colicky baby had a meltdown. There was a lady’s rear end in the background of my favorite family photo. It just happens… so keep your sense of humor!

3. Invite another family so you can take each others’ pictures. My little family of three rarely gets a picture together that isn’t a selfie. By bringing friends, you can help each other out so that MAYBE you can capture a frame-worthy moment. Or, at least a moment that you can laugh about later.

4. Enjoy the memories. I hope that once Wrenn is a little older we can make it a special family outing, where she can pick her very own pumpkin to decorate. It’s an easy, inexpensive family outing, and a fun tradition we can create. In the meantime, I’m excited to bring her back this year, now that she’s 15 months old and can enjoy running around the pumpkin patch, enjoying the fresh air. Even if she still has no idea what’s going on.

Don’t know where to go? We found some resources to help you find a local pumpkin patch in Tarrant County:

DFW Child’s List of Best Pumpkin Patches in DFW

Pumpkin Patches Sorted by County

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Bethe LCA SigAbout Lionheart: Lionheart Children’s Academy is a non-profit Christian organization committed to excellence in early childhood education. We are passionate about equipping kids to be world changers, and supporting working parents who need quality, affordable care and education for their children.

Our first center is located at Lake Arlington Baptist Church in South Arlington.

At Lionheart Children’s Academy, we place a priority on our relationships with not only our children, but also our parents. We invite you to visit us in person and take a tour of our facility. We’ll answer your questions and then walk you through the enrollment process. To schedule a tour, please call us at 817-768-6865 or click here to schedule online.

To read more about Lionheart Children’s Academy, visit our website.

 

#grateful

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I am so guilty of overusing this hashtag. Okay – maybe I’m just an over-hashtag user all around, but this one is my favorite.

Know why?

I’m discovering the freedom – like twirling in an open field on a cool day – that comes from choosing to be grateful. Not a feeling of gratitude, nor a judgement that you’re better than others – but the perspective that is gained from a conscious, objective thought about what is good in us and around us.

The other day, no lie, my three year old told me that she was grateful to be my kid, and grateful to be with me as we sat together in her chair.

Nothing else in this natural world can quite compare to those little, high-pitched words coming from that teeny person with an amazing mind.

Because this is a post about being grateful, I won’t talk about how dramatic and emotional I tend to be – I’ll just be grateful for the tenderness I’m wired with, and say that those words deeply moved me there, in that chair. 🙂

After putting this little pixie-haired girl to sleep, the tasks that awaited me were a little less precious than the moments before them: packing lunch, making sure I had each food group covered, feeling exhausted and overwhelmed, and having a good cry.

My sweet hubby peeked over at me in the kitchen and gently reminded me to, “Do today.”

#grateful.

For being here, now. In my home. On that chair. With my baby.

For a life partner that gently brings me back to reality and assures me that I can do this thing called life.

Life is attitude and perspective and choices and grace. I choose grateful. I choose to be grateful for a brain that works well enough to feel overwhelmed. Grateful that trees are green and not red. Grateful for counter tops big enough to make lunch on.

I challenge you – busy, working, tired, joyful, gracious, loving reader – find it wherever you can and cling to it because choosing to be grateful will help to keep your mind in check and life in perspective.

What are you #grateful for? Leave a comment – I’d love to know!

 

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LCA SigAbout Lionheart: Lionheart Children’s Academy is a non-profit Christian organization committed to excellence in early childhood education. We are passionate about equipping kids to be world changers, and supporting working parents who need quality, affordable care and education for their children.

Our first center is located at Lake Arlington Baptist Church in South Arlington.

At Lionheart Children’s Academy, we place a priority on our relationships with not only our children, but also our parents. We invite you to visit us in person and take a tour of our facility. We’ll answer your questions and then walk you through the enrollment process. To schedule a tour, please call us at 817-768-6865 or click here to schedule online.

To read more about Lionheart Children’s Academy, visit our website.

What should I feed my baby?

Just when you think you have the hang of this parenting thing, the pediatrician throws something new again.

“Now you can start introducing foods.”

Those are six of the most intimidating words a first-timer can hear. We were already certified in baby and adult CPR and Heimlich Maneuver (I highly recommend it – the Red Cross offers a great class that we took at our local hospital), but there were still so many other questions. Like, what are we going to feed her? These babies don’t come with handbooks, but thank goodness for websites like Baby Center!

Fellow Lionheart blogger Christy sent me this article that spells out what types of foods babies should eat at each stage, as well as portions/balance. I wasn’t just worried about WHAT to feed her, but wanted to make sure baby girl was getting all of her nutrients and developing healthy eating habits early! (Now that our baby is 13 months old, they have a great article on toddler nutrition as well.)

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Here are some lessons learned from this first-time mama:

1. Don’t go out and buy a ton of baby food at first. Better yet, don’t buy every single baby food container they have on the market in hopes that you’ll make your own baby food (guilty). Because here’s the thing – our baby only ate baby food for a few weeks, and we were left with TONS of leftovers. And, we only got around to making her special baby food ONCE.  Each baby and family is different, but my advice would be to buy a little at a time to avoid waste.

Same goes for utensils. We have friends who SWEAR by one type of baby spoon or another. We just used some hand-me-downs from a friend, and my daughter didn’t realize she had options. Save your money.

2. Invest in a lot of bibs. Eating is messy business, and you won’t want to do laundry every day. We liked the idea of those plastic bibs, but found that they were always hitting her high chair tray, so we went back to the regular, old-fashioned cloth bibs. At the very beginning, we also used a dish towel and chip clip for FULL coverage (you’ve got to be creative to be a parent).

3. Baby preferences can be finicky. One day, my baby LOVES strawberries. The next, she won’t touch ’em. Or she can’t get enough turkey, then a week later, she feeds all of it to the dog. They’re learning, so just because your child doesn’t like something the first time doesn’t mean she’ll never eat it.

4. Know which foods cause constipation. My daughter LOVES bananas, and I can hand her a quarter of a banana and she can feed herself for a few minutes. It’s bliss for both of us! But… nobody tells me that bananas can stop babies up, and after a week of daily bananas (okay, sometimes even twice daily – they were SO CONVENIENT), my poor baby was absolutely miserable. Here’s a great list of foods that can cause constipation, as well as foods that can help relieve it.

5. Have fun. Food is like a messy adventure. It’s so fun to watch your child experience new things for the first time. We tried to keep a laid-back attitude about it, and as she got better with foods, we try to give her a taste of whatever we’re eating, even if it has (gasp) sugar, or is mildly spicy. Our little girl has eaten Indian food, Chinese food, Cambodian food, African food…some of it she loves, some she spits right back out. And that’s totally fine with me.

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Bethe LCA SigAbout Lionheart: Lionheart Children’s Academy is a non-profit Christian organization committed to excellence in early childhood education. We are passionate about equipping kids to be world changers, and supporting working parents who need quality, affordable care and education for their children.

Our first center is located at Lake Arlington Baptist Church in South Arlington.

At Lionheart Children’s Academy, we place a priority on our relationships with not only our children, but also our parents. We invite you to visit us in person and take a tour of our facility. We’ll answer your questions and then walk you through the enrollment process. To schedule a tour, please call us at 817-768-6865 or click here to schedule online.

To read more about Lionheart Children’s Academy, visit our website.

Back To School Transition Tips

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I’m just going to say it. I do not transition well.

Do you? Do your kids?

Thankfully, I’m finding the more I force myself to transition – say, living in three states in three years – the easier it gets. I’m glad it’s getting easier, but it’s still no walk in the park.

Because I have this trait and I’m a parent, I tend to place some extra emphasis on my daughter’s transitions. I like to prep her and talk through any transition: potty training, leaving the house, preschool, turning the tv off, and changing clothes.

Overkill? Probably, but I’m okay with it for now. 🙂

Back to school time is upon us, and can be quite the doozy of a transition for parents and kiddos alike. If you have lazy, vacation-filled summers, it can be especially rough to bring back the schedule, routine, and studying. We’ve done some research, and found some pretty good tips for easing the pangs of back to school.

 

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Getting an early start is good for most transitions but especially ones that involve bed/wake-up time. This article has some great advice about bumping back bedtime 10 minutes each night until you’re back on “school schedule.” Likewise, she advises to wake the kiddos up 10 minutes earlier each morning to get ready for the early mornings.

 

Emotions

There can be lots of emotions surrounding back to school. Whether they’re mom’s tears about her baby starting preschool (my current season), or your middle school young man’s anxiety about transitioning to high school, the cardinal rule of emotions: talk about them. This article has great tips and tricks.

 

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Regardless of what kind of parent you are – working, stay at home, in school, anything in between – the thought of meals can be a stressful one. But, it doesn’t have to be! Check out our Pinterest board full of recipes and ideas for breakfasts, lunches, and dinners. Martha Steward recommends a lunch chart because kids may be more likely to eat and enjoy lunch if they help plan the menu. Personally, I purchased a meal planning service,and I am so glad I did. The one I use has options for breakfasts, lunches, and dinners. You can customize it to your family size and eating style – clean, classic, ALL CROCKPOT, and so many more. My favorite part about it is the grocery list feature. It makes my list for me based on what’s on the menu that week! Then I just add the toilet paper or shampoo we need. My husband says it’s one of the best things I ever talked him into. 🙂

 

Money

If you’re not careful, you can spend a small fortune on sending your kiddo back to school. From clothes to shoes to school supplies, it can get quite expensive and time consuming. Check out this HuffPost article for some money saving tips and tricks!

What about you? What stresses you about the back to school transition? What helps you deal? I’d love to hear!

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LCA SigAbout Lionheart: Lionheart Children’s Academy is a non-profit Christian organization committed to excellence in early childhood education. We are passionate about equipping kids to be world changers, and supporting working parents who need quality, affordable care and education for their children.

Our first center is located at Lake Arlington Baptist Church in South Arlington.

At Lionheart Children’s Academy, we place a priority on our relationships with not only our children, but also our parents. We invite you to visit us in person and take a tour of our facility. We’ll answer your questions and then walk you through the enrollment process. To schedule a tour, please call us at 817-768-6865 or click here to schedule online.

To read more about Lionheart Children’s Academy, visit our website.

Lionheart Open House

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We are counting down the days until our first Lionheart Children’s Academy opens at Lake Arlington Baptist Church in Arlington, Texas. Last night we held an Open House/Meet the Teacher night, and we had such a great time meeting our newest students!

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The highlight, of course, was our giant Lion Bus that takes/picks up our before and after school program students (The Pride) to take them to club. We heard one little girl, going into kindergarten, who squealed with delight and said, “I’ve never BEEN on a BUS before!”

We definitely have the cutest kids at Lionheart, don’t you agree?2Our staff (pictured above) are busy readying their classrooms for the first day of the new year on August 25. It’s not too late to enroll your child, ages 6 weeks to 12 years, but spots are filling up quickly, so call today at 817-768-6865, or click here to schedule a tour.

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Bethe LCA SigAbout Lionheart: Lionheart Children’s Academy is a non-profit Christian organization committed to excellence in early childhood education. We are passionate about equipping kids to be world changers, and supporting working parents who need quality, affordable care and education for their children.

Our first center is located at Lake Arlington Baptist Church in South Arlington.

At Lionheart Children’s Academy, we place a priority on our relationships with not only our children, but also our parents. We invite you to visit us in person and take a tour of our facility. We’ll answer your questions and then walk you through the enrollment process. To schedule a tour, please call us at 817-768-6865 or click here to schedule online.

To read more about Lionheart Children’s Academy, visit our website.

Cooking with kids: Go ahead – play with your food

Whether your kids are wee ones or almost grown up, they all can benefit by spending time in the kitchen with you. Here are some ways to make cooking together special.

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Our littlest ones might not be ready to do much cooking, but they LOVE to find new ways to play! Make them feel like they’re part of the cooking process by helping them turn food into play. Whether they indulge their inner fashionista with a fruit necklace (note – blueberries STAIN clothes and carpet!), play architect by building things with toothpicks, or simply enjoy something “gross” like worms made from jello, your kids will love the freedom to FINALLY play with their food.

Hint: Tape freezer paper to your kitchen table or counter for quicker clean-up.

 

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As they get a little older, they may not yet be ready to cook, but they love to “help” in the process by decorating what YOU cook. Decorating cookies is such a childhood staple, whether it’s a holiday or hot summer day. Rummage through your pantry for candy to make faces, or use your food coloring and (new) paint brushes to let them paint directly onto their cookies.


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For your older kiddos, walk them through the process of cooking their own meal. It will give those picky eaters some buy-in for the meal, and it will make them so proud to serve their finished product to mom and dad. We have created a Pinterest board with kid-friendly recipes, and don’t forget – you can take something normal and make it special with something as simple as food coloring or a cookie cutter.

 

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It’s true for parties, and it’s true for kids, too: the little touches can make something go from mundane to memorable. Create a fun cooking space for them by taping down freezer paper, laying out all of the tools/ingredients (like you see on the TODAY Show cooking segments) and writing out the recipe so they can follow along themselves. Let them wear your apron (or buy them their own) and chef’s hat, and make a BIG DEAL out of the finished product. If your kids are older, let them set the table with your fanciest linens and dishes and proudly serve mom and dad their creations while you RAVE about their cooking. Bravo!

 

title5One of the greatest things my mother-in-law did was require her two boys to plan a menu one night a week, complete with making a shopping list and doing all of the cooking. She said that she and my father-in-law ate some rather creative meals that her young boys planned, but she also instilled a true love for cooking and creativity in the kitchen in her both of her sons. My husband is now an amazing chef, and he credits a lot of it back to practicing over and over as a kid… and loving it. So don’t be afraid to let your older kids take responsibility for meal planning and cooking, and regardless of how it turns out, continue to encourage them to learn and experiment and grow. After all, that’s what we want for our kids, right?

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Bethe LCA SigAbout Lionheart: Lionheart Children’s Academy is a non-profit Christian organization committed to excellence in early childhood education. We are passionate about equipping kids to be world changers, and supporting working parents who need quality, affordable care and education for their children.

Our first center is located at Lake Arlington Baptist Church in South Arlington.

At Lionheart Children’s Academy, we place a priority on our relationships with not only our children, but also our parents. We invite you to visit us in person and take a tour of our facility. We’ll answer your questions and then walk you through the enrollment process. To schedule a tour, please call us at 817-768-6865 or click here to schedule online.

To read more about Lionheart Children’s Academy, visit our website.

 

 

A Minimalist Mom’s Guide to Shopping for Kids’ Presents

My husband and I are trying our best to be “stuff” minimalists. That goes for our parenting style as well – we live in a relatively small house, and we HATE clutter – so we are trying our best to get by without getting caught up in shopping for clothes and toys when we already have most of what we could ever need.

I found this blog post about 18 Non-Toy Gifts for Children, and it got me thinking about my own gift-giving style when it comes to kids.

1. Always check with mom and dad first to see if they have any “wish list” items. Depending on the child’s age, he or she may have their own list, but mom and dad can give you the scoop on what the child needs, what they already have, and what they do NOT want. Parents on a budget will welcome you helping fill in the gaps on items kids really need.

2. Don’t go BIG. We have a small house and limited space for toys, so the last thing we need is somebody to give us something GIANT. If you’re hankering to give that kiddo in your life something that’s going to take up some serious space, check with mom and dad first.

3. Check Amazon. I love to look up things like “best gifts for 5-year-old boys” when I need to buy something and have no idea where to start. You can see the highest rated toys for each age group and then read reviews of people who have purchased the item. It helps me so much to know which inexpensive items are still high quality, and which ones go right to the junk pile.

4. Go for the imagination. My favorite toys for my little girl are the ones that spark her imagination. Go for things like dress up clothes (boys like them too, especially if they involve super heroes), kitchens/play food/tool benches, art supplies, play dough, sidewalk chalk, jewelry making, or anything that helps them “create” something.

5. Make them want to play outside. Our kids spend enough time indoors, so any sort of toys or activity that can get them outside will encourage physical activity (which is great for their health), and instill a love for the outdoors. For the older kids, try sporting equipment, roller skates, and slip-n-slides, and for the younger ones, water tables, big wheels, and tricycles.

6. Encourage them to think. Just like we want to spark our children’s imaginations, we want to challenge their growing brains. Invest in puzzles and books to give their brains a boost, as well as help pass the time so their parents never hear those dreaded words: “I’m bored.”

Fellow parents – what is your best advice for finding a great gift that will make the child and his/her parents happy?

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Bethe LCA SigAbout Lionheart: Lionheart Children’s Academy is a non-profit Christian organization committed to excellence in early childhood education. We are passionate about equipping kids to be world changers, and supporting working parents who need quality, affordable care and education for their children.

Our first center is located at Lake Arlington Baptist Church in South Arlington.

At Lionheart Children’s Academy, we place a priority on our relationships with not only our children, but also our parents. We invite you to visit us in person and take a tour of our facility. We’ll answer your questions and then walk you through the enrollment process. To schedule a tour, please call us at 817-768-6865 or click here to schedule online.

To read more about Lionheart Children’s Academy, visit our website.

Books for Babies

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I love books. I studied English Literature in college and my husband and I are avid readers (and let’s face it, these days I mostly have time for audio books, which are perfect for multi-tasking moms). So when I found out I was having a baby, one of the things I looked forward to most was reading to her.

There are so many great children’s books to choose from, and for my one-year-old, we’re in the board book stage. We were blessed with MANY people who gifted us books at our baby showers, as well as a cousin (mom to five) who blessed us with a huge hand-me-down board book library. Studies show that you should read to your child (even babies!) every single day, and that repetition is important. With Wrenn, we try to read some during playtime, and then before she goes to bed. (For parents who are curious about our routine – I know I love hearing about other peoples’ routines to get ideas – we drink a sippy cup of milk, then we read a book, then we rock for a few minutes and say bedtime prayers, then I lay her down in her crib, still awake but very sleepy.)

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Some of my favorite board books come from the Baby Lit collection. These books feature great works like Pride and Prejudice, Moby Dick, Wuthering Heights, and more. It’s all the books you had got to read in high school, but recreated as counting books, alphabet primers, etc. The pictures are gorgeous and modern – I hope to someday collect them all!

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I Love You So… is one of the sweetest books and has beautiful illustrations. I probably read this one to Wrenn more than any other, so of course I now have it memorized. I’ll take any excuse to remind her how much I love her.

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 Llama Llama Wakey Wake is just… fun. I love books that rhyme and are fast-paced (Wrenn loves to turn the page and has a SHORT attention span), and this one fits our needs perfectly.

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And then, of course, there are Dr. Seuss books. They’re whacky and rhyme and funny enough to keep me entertained. I love all of them, and plan to continue to expand our collection as she gets older. Maybe it’s nostalgia – I grew up with these books – or maybe it’s just that they’re THAT GOOD. Whatever the case, I love reading these to her.

What about you, dear readers? What books do you LOVE to read to your kids? Leave us a comment with the name of the book and the age of your child. I love getting new ideas!

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Bethe LCA SigAbout Lionheart: Lionheart Children’s Academy is a non-profit Christian organization committed to excellence in early childhood education. We are passionate about equipping kids to be world changers, and supporting working parents who need quality, affordable care and education for their children.

Our first center is located at Lake Arlington Baptist Church in South Arlington.

At Lionheart Children’s Academy, we place a priority on our relationships with not only our children, but also our parents. We invite you to visit us in person and take a tour of our facility. We’ll answer your questions and then walk you through the enrollment process. To schedule a tour, please call us at 817-768-6865 or click here to schedule online.

To read more about Lionheart Children’s Academy, visit our website.

Keep The Shark From Circling

iStock_000020564784SmallWe’ve all experienced it: the bored child.

I’m not sure about yours, but mine literally walks around in circles whining. Sometimes the circles are around me, or the cat, or the dining room table. I’m laughing out loud thinking about the words I just wrote because, to the outside world, the scene really sounds like something straight out of Calvin and Hobbes. All the while, I’m remembering how torturous it can be when I’m just trying to make a healthy dinner to feed the precious growing girl who’s circling me.

Like a shark that’s about to devour its prey.

Here are a few things that work in my house to help keep the joy-filled shark from circling:

1. Relocate: Hide toys & make it a game to find them, rotate them by putting some away in the closet for a month then swapping them out every once and a while (mine loves to re-discover her old baby toys), or the favorite in my house… put inside toys outside.

2. Water: Sounds messy, and it can be, but it’s just water. I’ll take water over whining ANY day. I get two of the biggest Tupperware containers I have, put them on either side of my sink, put a towel on the floor, and a stool in front of the sink. Then add anything that’s not a toy but safe from the kitchen (spoons, measuring cups, plastic bowls) to the water. Instant and free water table!

3. The Big Helper: PJ loves to help me cook. Sometimes I have to pray for three extra doses of patience to make it happen, depending on the day, but it’s usually a fun memory! I let her use small cutting boards, smaller utensils, and pieces of what I’m cutting so she can mutilate till her heart’s content. This is a great way to spend some quality time together, cure boredom, introduce new foods, and practice motor skills.

Not everything works for everyone, but this is what works in our house (most of the time). What works in your home? Leave a comment… I’d love to hear!

 

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LCA SigAbout Lionheart: Lionheart Children’s Academy is a non-profit Christian organization committed to excellence in early childhood education. We are passionate about equipping kids to be world changers, and supporting working parents who need quality, affordable care and education for their children.

Our first center is located at Lake Arlington Baptist Church in South Arlington.

At Lionheart Children’s Academy, we place a priority on our relationships with not only our children, but also our parents. We invite you to visit us in person and take a tour of our facility. We’ll answer your questions and then walk you through the enrollment process. To schedule a tour, please call us at 817-768-6865 or click here to schedule online.

To read more about Lionheart Children’s Academy, visit our website.