Do you feel overwhelmed when you enter your child's bedroom or playroom?
If so, it's entirely possible your child feels this way too. Little ones express stress differently from adults and may not even be able to understand the role that clutter plays in their feelings of security, peace, freedom and creativity.
Are your little one's toys, books, and stuff taking over so many areas of the house that it's become difficult for your family to connect and relax?
It's time to remember what your intentions were way back when you began the process of preparing your home for the arrival of your child. What are the values that make your home a comfortable space for your child to be themselves and what feelings do you want your child to have in the spaces they spend time playing, creating, and resting in?
Do your child's bedroom, playroom and your family's shared spaces take into account these three all-important factors?
Each family has a unique, common set of values that makes a house a home. Values set the tone for each of the rooms in your house.
Individual rooms in your home have different vibes that make them places your child wants to spend time creating, resting or playing in.
Each room fulfills a series of roles whether it be sleeping, focusing, playing or sharing together. Figuring out these roles is essential.
Find out if you and your little one need "Room to R.O.A.M."
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"Too much stuff deprives kids of leisure, and the ability to explore their worlds deeply.” ~Lisa M. Ross~
You can make Room to R.O.A.M.!
By simplifying your children's clutter you can reintegrate your family's values into your daily lives, incorporate the "feel-good" vibes you want each room to transmit to your little one and free up the room your child needs to roam around the space focusing, observing, connecting and creating!