Keeping the Toddlers Entertained
Updated: Jun 10, 2020
If you have older kids at home, you remember the days of having toddlers are probably grateful you don't need to chase a toddler while you're trying to work. If you have toddlers at home right now, we've got your back! We have collected and curated a few recommendations on ways to keep the littlest and most active ones in your house occupied while you try and get something done.
We absolutely adore Josh Gad (Olaf's voice in Frozen), and when we found out he was reading stories, (that last about eight minutes!), we knew we had to share it. And let's be honest, this isn't just for the toddlers, the older kids will love it too.
I've had several people send me comments about Busy Toddler, we love their tagline, "making it to naps, one activity at a time." Which reminds us, to remind you, to include 'nap time' in your daily gratitude journal!
Having fun ways to burn energy for these little ones sometimes requires that you bring in reinforcements. Although it's a bit of an investment, smaller bounce houses provide a way to keep the littles contained and burning energy, so you can take a breath. It might be worth re-arranging a room (or the backyard) to make the extra space, just make sure you double check the measurements!
Let us know if you have any additional ideas worth sharing!