189: “Quiet Time” Tips for Families // Solo Episode

Listen to Top Motherhood Podcast, 3 in 30 Podcast, featuring Rachel Nielson about Quiet Time Tips for Families.

Instituting a daily Quiet Time is one of the BEST things I’ve done for my kids (and for me!). But I know it’s not always easy to do it, especially with strong-willed kiddos. I hope my three tips will help you to start this routine in your family!

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– 3 Takeaways for Quiet Time –

  1. Remember how good quiet time is for your kids. It will help them learn how to do deep, creative, independent play.
  2. Set them up for success by making sure they have interesting and novel toys that inspire creative play and a way to track the time.
  3. Expect that you will have to train and teach your kids to do Quiet Time. Start with a very short timeframe, and work up from there. 

>>>Are these tips about quiet time helpful? What would you add to the takeaways? Tell us in the comments below.

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– Resources for Quiet Time –

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About the Podcast Host, Rachel Nielson

Rachel taught high school English for five years before deciding to be a stay-at-home mom to her two miracle babies, Noah Atticus, who was adopted, and Sally Grace, who was conceived through IVF.

In her life, Rachel has experienced great sorrow but also great joy--and she loves diving deep into the topics that matter most. Thank you for listening to the podcast and giving her a chance to share her heart.

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