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Apr
08
2016

There are certain parental things you know you should be doing for your kids… like feeding them, clothing them and oh yeah, spending time with them. And not just any kind of time. One-on-one time.

I can completely see the benefits of spending time with kids individually. It makes them feel important. You get to really know them. They get to know you. It brings you closer together. So I’m completely in love with this idea but I just can’t figure out how to make it happen.

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One Response to one-on-one time with your kids. it is actually possible.

  • Mindy says:

    I have four boys. I am a single mom with four boys. I am constantly driving all over taking boys to various activities. Today I found a way to get some one-on-one time with one of the boys. We had dropped off the youngest at his baseball practice, boy number three and I had gone for a run while the youngest and the oldest were waiting for practice to start. once practice started, I grabbed the oldest and we hopped in the car to head to the second oldest’s baseball game, leaving the youngest at his practice to be dropped off later by a friend. As we were driving to the game, the oldest and I were having a delightful time, some one-on-one time. All of the sudden he asked me, where is Bryce? Oh shoot. I had left boy number 3 at boy number four’s baseball practice. But I did end up with some one-on-one time with boy number one.


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