My Daily Routine With My Two-Year-Old Baby in This Lockdown Period

My Daily Routine With My Two-Year-Old Baby in This Lockdown Period

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This global pandemic has made everyone a bit busier and preoccupied. But at the same time, it has undoubtedly provided an opportunity for families to reunite. In spite of all the negativities prevailing all around, it’s time to reconstruct some positive vibes and have a healthy home environment.
I usually wake up at 7 o’clock in the morning. My baby also wakes up by this time. The first thing that I do when he wakes up, is feed him with milk. After that I do all my household chores with my baby jumping here and there, talking to us, and playing all around. Then I bathe him. After this, we have our breakfast together. Whatever we have in our breakfast whether oats, poha, or anything, I try to offer each of these things to my little one.
After having breakfast I try to engage my baby in some sort of fun activities including learning-based activities. Before lunch, I feed him with some seasonal fruits, salad, and curd. At lunchtime, I try offering him whatever we have together. Sometimes we have chapati with some cooked vegetables. Other times we have rice and some vegetable curry.
After having our lunch we together take a nap. My baby usually sleeps for around two hours during this time. When he sleeps I try finishing my remaining household work.
When he wakes up, I offer him some sort of healthy snacks like makhanas, almonds, multigrain cookies, cakes, and all. At around 5 pm, I feed him again with milk.
In the evening we play together. Again I try to make him learn various new things. We also go for a walk together. At our dinner time, I offer him whatever is cooked. Sometimes he eats, sometimes he refuses. But again it depends on his level of satisfaction.
Before going to bed, I generally read one or two stories for my baby. While listening to those he usually falls asleep and this how my day, too, ends for an altogether new morning.

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