So, what happens between the morning rhythm and the afternoon rhythm. Well that's when we get to play!
I am going to trial Chook on a shorter nap to see if this stops such an early riser!
After Chook's nap we will be able to have some one-on-one time. A great opportunity to paint, craft or engage in some 'planned' play. We will do this until the twins finish their nap and the afternoon rhythm begins.
I have deliberately left out times for these activities. I have mentioned previously that a schedule frightens me. I feel boxed in. I want our day together to flow. There are anchor points in our day, guided by time, but I see these activities in our day guided more by our movement from one space to another (walk to home; circle time mat to bedroom; bedroom to patio; patio to kitchen; you get the idea!).