One Thing That's In Our Morning Basket



This week we started school!  You know those yearly surveys that parents give their kids at the beginning of school years or on birthdays?  I've never been organized enough to do one of those, and to be honest, I'm kind of regretting that now.  I think those surveys are not only an opportunity for watching how your kids grow over the years, but also seeing who they are in the right now.  With a big family and the busyness of life, it takes more planning to sit down and ask my kids questions that matter, to intentionally learn more about their personalities, preferences, worries and joys.

I have been asked a few times to share my curriculum choices for this school year, and that post is coming as soon as I have a minute to sit down and write it!  But I wanted to share a quick post about a resource that I'm hoping to add to our morning basket routine, just for fun, but also to take that time to intentionally learn more about the inner workings of my sweet kids.




I had the opportunity to be a part of the launch team for this book, and I jumped on it, because this book is the type of thing I've been looking for to help me slow down and take time to ask my kids about what makes them tick.  I obviously haven't read the whole book since there are 365 entries, but there are some fun questions, and some more serious questions.  There is space enough to write one child's answer for three years.  I plan on using it more as a book of prompts and recording my kids' answers elsewhere, or splitting the questions up between kids and doing two a day.  It's meant to be used with just one child, but I think it can be easily adapted for multiple kids, and I am excited to try it out!

Stay tuned next week for more on my curriculum choices for the year, and what else is in our Morning Time basket!

Note: I am on the launch team for this book and received a free copy from the publisher.  This is my honest opinion.


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