When you start reading through the work of Dr. Maria Montessori – founder of the Montessori Method – you’ll find a treasure trove of inspiring, uplifting quotes.
While these quotes are based on education, I find them applicable to many aspects of parenting – and life more broadly.
Let’s be frank, potty training is nobody’s idea of a good time. It’s messy, it’s frustrating, and it can make you feel like you’re failing as a parent. But fear not! The Montessori approach to potty training is here to save the day, and make the whole process a little more fun and a lot less stressful. So grab your potty chair and let’s get started!
As a mom who’s always on the lookout for practical and versatile baby products, when I first found the Stokke Tripp Trapp high chair I was obsessed! The design totally sucked me in but it’s the flexibility that really sold me.
This Montessori-aligned high chair has been a game-changer for our family, especially when it came to baby-led weaning.
Montessori children’s wardrobes are a truly delightful solution for parents looking to nurture independence in their little ones from a tender age. A Montessori closet for the nursery should be easily accessible, beautifully organized, and spacious. Moreover, it can be adorned in a variety of ways to create an efficient and cozy space that will support your child’s growth. Embracing this thoughtful approach to organization will not only make daily routines more enjoyable but will also encourage your child to embrace responsibility and self-reliance.In addition, it can be styled in various ways to feel more efficient and comfortable, helping your child grow.
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