Bedtime

Bedtime is a wonderfully predictable time of day in our house.

We figured out early on with our first girl Harper that having a steady rhythm to the end of our day made for a more peaceful (and successful) transition to sleep.

Once the girls are in their pjs they each chose a book to read. Then either their Dad or I reads them their books with time to stop to ask or answer questions- or deviate into chats about the day.

…Daddy’s story times are a lot longer than mummy’s.

After books are read, lights are out and prayers are said it’s song time. Our girls are lucky enough to have a whole selection of Lullabies written just for them but over time they have chosen one they like best of all- and we sing this every night with both girls singing along.

I love our bedtime routine as no matter what challenges the day has brought us – we end the day in calm harmony with one another.

Well…. most of the time!


Testimonials

Thank you Julie for a fun, engaging and inspiring Music workshop. It was fantastic to have you down in Queenstown. All our Educators enjoyed the workshop and have gained and developed their confidence in Music and how to implement it into their daily programmes with their children in their care.  We look forward to having you back down here again next year. Many thanks.

Pip, Educarents Queenstown
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