When is time for a big day like the first day of school, a wedding, or an important interview, is important to start big days with a good balanced breakfast. Making breakfast extra special can make those big days, even memorable. Waking extra early to make sure that special breakfast is ready for your loved one.
Baking some delicious and healthy breakfast muffins or cooking their favorite breakfast is something I would do for my daughter’s first day of school or my husband’s job interview.
Getting a good night sleep the night before the “bid day” is important as well. For our Little Aries, a night time story, a healthy mid-night snack and a good night kiss is what she loves. Little Aries may not know what a “big day” means but she surely gets excited for any small thing like going to school, going to the park or to visit an amusement park.
My Little Aries is yet too small to understand why starting big days right is important but as long as I give everything she needs I’m happy. One day when she is old enough she will understand and remember what I did for her in hopes that she will do the same with her kids. Letting my loved ones know that I’m there to help them through those “big days” is another important step.
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