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Importance of Creating a Peaceful Environment for Young Children

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Peaceful environment is crucial for child’s healthy development. If they don’t go to sleep on time, have interrupted eating regimen or live in a hectic surroundings, their development will be highly jeopardized. Therefore, it’s vital that parents focus on creating peaceful environment for their children. With a few helpful suggestions, you’ll be able to provide your child with various different activities they should engage in during the day, and you won’t have to worry about disrupting their healthy growth.


Morning routine


It’s vital that mornings start peacefully and without a lot of rush. Always find time to make coffee for yourself, and breakfast for the family before you head to work. The less hectic the mornings, the better you’ll be able to bond with kids and teach them how they should always start their day. A healthy nutritious breakfast is vital for their development, so make sure they’re having different types of food each morning. Getting up on time and doing the bathroom routine slowly and with care, dressing up step by step and having breakfast before school will let your children know they live in a calm environment, that allows them to function at their own pace and without hurry. However, you’re the biggest role model to your kids, so it’s imperative that you have your morning routine under control, and not storm through the house.



During the day


Creating a calming corner in the house can do so much for the child’s peace. A clutter-free and simple area of the house is the best for creating a peaceful space for kid to enjoy. This is the safe place for a child to sometimes enjoy their alone time, and look for activities that will bring peace. Consider introducing essential oils of lavender or cedar wood to put them in a diffuser and help your kids relax. A calming corner is the perfect place for engaging in fun and restful activities. Colouring sheets and crayons, therapy brush, glitter jars and stress-ball are some of the perfect activities that will help a child isolate from the surroundings and enjoy some relaxing alone time.


Bedtime rituals


Sleep is vital for child’s healthy development, which is why it needs to know that going to bed every day at the same time will help a lot. Baby’s bedtime routine should include a relaxing bath, a warm bottle of milk, and of course comfortable organic Bubba Blue sheets that will keep them warm, cosy and relaxed through an entire night. When it comes to older children, they sometimes don’t want to go to bed at 8 o’clock as they should, but creating bedtime rituals could help a lot at convincing them to do so. Avoid stressful and chaotic bedtime routine, and introduce rituals like reading a book, telling a story or anything that your kid feels comfortable ending the day with. Furthermore, try to limit screen time in the evening. Computers, smartphones, TV and all the gadgets are distracting and stimulating, which means a kid won’t be able to go to sleep immediately after they’ve used one of the gadgets. Therefore, try to get them used to stop using their smartphones at least 30 minutes before bedtime. Relaxation music can be especially calming, so if your kid maybe can’t fall asleep without TV on, play some music or audio relaxation techniques that will teach them how to fall asleep fast and stay at peace.

Providing a child with a peaceful environment should be parents’ imperative. Only when a child can spend time in peaceful and relaxing surroundings, will they be able to grow well and become stable and relaxed people. Starting the day easily and with no rush, engaging into calming activities during the day and going to bed after a couple of favourite rituals could improve your child’s lifestyle immensely. Therefore, do your best to offer your kids a safe and calm place to grow up at.

Parent, Writer, Blogger

Tracey Clayton is a full time mom of three girls. She loves cooking, baking, sewing, spending quality time with her daughters and she’s passionate for writing. She is contributor on High Style Life and her motto is: “Live the life you love, love the life you live.”