2. This relatively new Yoga with Adriene video.
Every single day my life is a little different or a lot different from the one that came before. Habits change as quickly as my toddler's moods. In other words, hourly, sometimes every few seconds. To say I have a habit or routine seems silly and like I'm jinxing it.
I have, however, been in a good flow with a few minutes of morning yoga and at least five minutes of yoga as soon as the little one is put to bed. This is mandatory on Sundays through Thursdays in the evening. More than five minutes is great, but I have to do at least five minutes.
This video is longer, but it's super gentle and a very sweet way to end the day if you're looking for mostly stretching and being easy with yourself.
3. Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson
I have the hardest time finding children's board books that I love. Maybe it's because I end up reading the ones we buy 5,000 times or because I think it's CRAZY to spend more than $5 on a board book. That means I buy a lot of used children's books. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. We happened to be out and about without enough nap time reads... blasphemy in my family and splurged on a few new ones. This was one, and I LOVE it.
It rhymes. I want my toddler stories to sound like poetry and be fun to read. It has a cute, sweet story about inclusion. No bullies or meanies in this story except the actual fire breathing dragon. Gold star, Donaldson. I must go get her other one.
4. Shameless Plugs! Go check out my newest novel Autumn Leaves. It's a clean romance which basically means a sweet love story about a small town girl and a soldier minus the explicit scenes and cursing.
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