Fall Schedule – Guest Post with Mulit Mommas!

I am excited to be guest posting over at Mulit Mommas today!  Multi Mommas is a fairly new site for moms of multiples by moms of multiples.  Each week, they feature topics near and dear to those of us trying to keep all the balls in the air while juggling life with twins.  Another great feature of Mulit Mommas is that you can often link-up a related post of your own!  I have found many wonderful twin blogs via their weekly links.  Multi Mommas is an awesome site not only to find advice, but also to share your own stories with other parents who have been there (or are there, too).  Be sure to stop by to see what they are all about, and to read the conclusion of this article.  Thanks so much!

Multi Mommas

Fall Schedule for the pre Preschoolers

For many parents, back-to-school time often brings a few tears (sometimes bittersweet, sometimes joyful) as their kids eagerly head off to class.  However, for those of us with pre preschool tikes, fall may not be so emotionally draining as there is not much of a change to our daily routine.  But this fall, my toddlers and I are eagerly looking forward to getting back to our “mommy and me” school routine.  For my boys, these classes provide social interaction and practice for “real” school down the road.  For me, it’s a wonderful way to connect with other parents, while catching a much needed daily glimpse of the world beyond our four walls.  If you’re also looking for ideas on what to do with your three-and-under crew, here’s a peak at our schedule and some class suggestions.

Monday:  Music Class

Sing, dance, tap, shake, and jam with your little ones during a parent/child music class. There are countless benefits of early exposure to music – perhaps the most important is that your little ones are sure to love finding their voice and shaking their hips, and you are sure to love watching them.  (I teared up a bit the first time I saw their little eyes light up in class.)  Check out the following nation-wide programs likely to be available in your area:

Music Together


Tuesday:  Library Time


Many libraries offer a wide range of children’s literacy programs.  Our local library has a weekly program called Lapsit.  Do the toddlers always actually sit on their parent’s lap for the entire 30 mintues?  Ummm, no.  But, most programs accommodate for this with some hands-on activities, singing, and dancing intermixed with story time.  Oh, and the best part, it will probably be FREE!  Find your local library here:


American Library Association – @ your Library 

Wednesday:  ????

To see the rest of our fall week, and to find more suggestions for kid-friendly class offerings, please visit Multi Mommas.  Thanks so much for reading!


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