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Save, wash and collect your empty plastic containers and matching lids. Keep them together in a box and let your child match the containers and lids and snap them on and off.
Celebrating your child’s third birthday should also be a celebration of another year of great parenting. You are doing such an amazing job of raising your child to be the best person possible. You deserve to be recognized for your hard work! So post a picture of you and your child giving each other a high-five for a great job this year!
Birthdays don’t have to be celebrated with a huge, expensive party. You can gather some friends together for a play date and some snacks. Or you can do something as simple as cooking your child’s favorite meal and eating together as a family.
What has been your favorite part of this past year with your child? Write a short letter to your child and put it away for safe keeping to give to him when he is older. These moments are precious, and it will be a wonderful experience 10 or 15 years from now to reflect on it with your child.
Your child’s third birthday is right around the corner. Take some time to flip back through your Parent University photo album on Facebook to see how your child has grown and developed throughout this past year. Continue taking photos to capture all these amazing developmental milestones.
Earlier this week you wrote down a strategy for overcoming one of your biggest frustrations as a parent. Did you take action on it? How did it work out? It can be very helpful to reflect on these types of things with your partner or a fellow parent.