The Importance of Quality Time with your Children

What are your parenting goals? If you were to think about your main goals that you have as a parent, what would they be?

I think many of us have similar goals when it comes to parenting.
Spending quality time with your children will help you achieve the following goals:

  • To Raise healthy and happy children.
  • To Ensure your children feel loved.
  • To Teach your children the importance of respect and kindness.
  • To find ways to truly connect with your children as they grow.
  • To maintain communication with your children on a daily basis.

Last week, I wrote about Quality Time: 30 Day Happy Child Challenge –it’s not too late to join this Challenge!
AND
Creating Family Memories in a Mindful and Happy Home –with 3 FREE Printables.

Today, I’m VERY excited to share with you that this Friday, along with Simply Fun Families, I will be giving you the opportunity to feel inspired to spend some quality time with your children.

We CAN make this happen.

We CAN carve out the time to connect with our children in these busy years that are flying by.

And as a community, we CAN share solutions for the challenges so many of us face in creating those one-on-one opportunities.

With JUST ONE BOOK, a collection of 8 unique ideas for one-on-one experiences with your own children, you will feel inspired and empowered to continue to meet your parenting goals. Imagine this book is actually a journal in which you can record all those memories that you dream of looking back on in 10 or 15 years from now, when the house has become a bit quieter, and the kids have started making their own way in the world.

Unfortunately this ebook is no longer available.

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19 Responses to The Importance of Quality Time with your Children

  1. Darlene W says:

    Quality time can be as simple as walk, in my cause it would be down along the beach trail

  2. kathy downey says:

    Seems life was so busy when my kids were small,now that we have the grandkids we try to make it all abou ttheir time when they visit doing crafts building a bird house or even just throwing rocks in the water while we walk along the beach.When you spend time together its much easier to talk

  3. Nicolthe pickle says:

    These are great ideas. I’m a believer in quantity time as you never know when that quality time is going to happen.

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  5. Kirsten G. says:

    Great ideas! It is so important to connect with your children. I’m trying to be intentional in my parenting. I find it tough when I’ve got all 4 around, but I’m working hard to balance spending time with each child one on one.

  6. Lane Hart says:

    This is a great article with lots of great ideas, thanks!

  7. Cheryl says:

    I love all of the ideas here. I agree that it is so important to spend time with your kids. They will remember all of the adventures together.

  8. Treen Goodwin says:

    When my kids were small i always spent quality time with them .. i read to to daily played with them snuggled them and then we had movie night on fridays for the whole family , now its the other way around , i wish my kids wanted to spend quality time with us lol i miss my boys now they have a life of their own , its hard to take sometimes , enjoy every moment you can with them while their little 🙂

  9. Terri says:

    Spending time will be remembered long after the things you bought them are forgotten. It’s very important to spend time with them.

  10. DARLENE W says:

    Sharing a giggle, that brings a smile to both your faces, now that’s quality time

  11. kathy downey says:

    quality time = giving your full attention …just talking/playing a game/taking a walk

  12. Holly says:

    My parents always spent as much time with us as they could. We did things together every weekend and as we got older, we were always home every night for dinner together. We continue this with our kids, nieces, nephews, etc. I think it’s important to take time for each other. Family is the most important thing.

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