Monday, October 7, 2019

Milk and rose water bath for toddlers


My bunny is obsessed with water play and his father calls him an exotic frog, for all the time he enjoys being in the bathtub splashing with water.

All you do is introduce a rose and pour some warm milk on your bunny while in the bath tub . I always give him few containers and animals to extend the play and make some fine motor work while bathing too.

Why this combination....

Milk has skin nourishing properties for the babys gentle and delicate skin. It softens and cleanses the baby's skin while encouraging skin regeneration. A rose petal milk bath is a luxurious bath for the child that combines the skincare benefits of rose petals and milk.

The rose 🌹 petals also help the child improve its fine motor skills since breaking the petals is a good activity for the toddler and my bunny really enjoyed his bath and was very calm and felt relaxed after this bath.

Always remember you need to supervise children in all water  activities, and if you’ve got a toddler then be careful as rose petals are a choking hazard!

Happy splashing

Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Teaching toddlers the importance of trees

The best way to teach kids about the importance of trees is to demonstrate eco-friendliness by example. If they see you planting trees and caring for the environment, they will value the idea. Make it a point to plant trees and take care of plants, this will get your child involved in caring for plants, trees and our environment.

I've introduced my bunny to collecting seeds that have fallen down from the trees 🌲🌳🌴 and we will plant them into saplings.

Research suggests that lasting attitudes towards nature and the environment form in the first few years of a child’s life; hence instilling environmental awareness in very young children is a challenge and an exciting opportunity for parents.  Experiences in nature in early childhood have  shown to contribute to environmental awareness.

Trees are an important part of our world. They provide wood for building and pulp for making paper. They provide homes for insects, birds and other animals. Trees breathe in carbon dioxide and breathe out oxygen purifying the air we breathe.
Teaching the importance of trees at an early age helps them to understand the importance of trees right from the very start.