This post is sponsored by OshKosh B’gosh in collaboration with Everywhere Agency; however, all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.
As the weather begins to rise, we’re thinking of ways to get the kids outdoors. Although it’s been tough with my pregnancy, we’ve been doing our best to explore local areas, like the playground in our community and our backyard.
The boys love to play in the dirt and make the most out of their time outdoors. To make their playtime a success, we like to have them wear comfortable clothing items. T-shirts and shorts are their go-to wardrobe when my husband’s home. It often signifies a fun-filled day for them. That, and break time for this mama. It’s a win-win.
How To Tame Spring Madness
Spring is near and it’s the season we will be welcoming our little girl into this world. For us, this means planning ahead as we prepare to be parents of three under five. I know, it sounds a lot scarier than it is. Fortunately, my father will be around to help care for our boys while we’re in the delivery room and during the months that follow.
After being indoors for most of the winter due to my pregnancy, we’re excited to get back to exploring local attractions. Below are three ways we’re planning to #BringTheFun this spring:
1) Individual dates with the kids.
My husband and I have decided that not only do we need time with each other, but our kids need our undivided attention as well. It’s been helpful in helping our boys understand that we love them and appreciate the things like they to do — like walking around a toy store with our two-year-old or going on a lunch date with our four-year-old. It’s the simple things that make them smile, so we’re trying to give them the time to do so.
2) Family walks throughout our community.
It’s not easy to travel with two kids and two pups, but a walk around the community can really help relieve some pressure on my lower back and gives us the fresh air we crave. That, and it lets the pups know we’re still willing to include them on our adventures (even if it’s just around the block).
3) Connecting with family and friends.
Since purchasing our first home, we’ve been fortunate to have family and friends nearby who genuinely care about us. It’s been a lifesaver during this pregnancy and we try to do our best to connect with them as often as possible. Having them minutes away will also help during our transition.
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How will you #BringTheFun this spring?