Dress Up Your Daily Routines

Dress Up Your Daily Routines

Richard Popovic
Jan 12, 2012

One of the big lessons learned in parenthood is that routines are a life-saver. When dealing with an unpredictable infant or toddler, having a set time for a certain activity can mean the difference between serenity and insanity. But keeping these routines straight in your own mind can sometimes be more of a challenge than teaching them to your kids. Here is one way to make it happen and look good doing it.

Jen at IHeart Organizing is a guru when it comes to getting it together. Luckily for us she is generous as well. Among her many free printables are these two routine charts that are bright, colorful and easy to follow.

Graphics like these hanging on your child's wall leave no room for error or debate when it comes to their morning and nighttime duties. Less chance of our kids leaving without their lunch? Less bargaining at bedtime? Sign us up!

These and other free downloads are available at IHeart Organizing.

(Images: IHeart Organizing)

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