Our kids are growing up!! 👦🏻👩🏼👧🏼🧒🏻
And if we were to keep a log, we would be astounded at the number of changes taking place in their little-big personalities. There are a few habits that we struggle to impart. Three of them are training them to sleep alone, potty training (what a big one!?😅) and eating healthy. Our little fairy behind the door has been trained to walk along with your child and help make this learning a lot of fun.
1. What this kit contains
Letters💌 and cards from your fairy behind the door to help your child through three important milestones- sleeping alone, eating healthy and getting potty trained. It also has 2 milestone charts along with stickers to help your child mark his progress through two of these tasks.🧚🏽
2. Tips to use the kit
You can use this kit in parts depending on the readiness of your child. And each element can be used and re-introduced after a few weeks. We promise that it’ll be exciting for both, you and your child.🌟
💝Sleeping alone is a huge milestone for your child to achieve and there will be many hiccups along the way. Our fairy is always available to help your child through this. You can pop encouragement cards (free printable) from her. And you can use some tips from our upcoming blog to encourage your child.
So pop the first letter outside the door once you have established a bed time routine and tried putting your child in his own bed.📃
🧸You could leave a small plush toy that your child can hug when she/he sleeps, or a little magic totem (a gem or a coin) she can keep by her bedside to drive all her bad dreams away. Tell her it has been sent by Queen Ella to help her sleep better.
Once you feel your child has achieved marginal success, leave the second letter along with a tiny present.🎁
- Leave the first letter near the door along with the Potty Chart and a Basket of Goodies containing a Picture Book, Wipes, Underwear, Music, Potty Seat, a Sticker book and whatever else you can think of.📮
- These will make the whole idea of using the pot really exciting for your child. You could make up a story or two or pop a few messages into the letterbox from the fairy. You could also encourage your child to write or draw images of what her fear is and ‘mail’ it to her fairy; only for the fairy to zap it away the next morning.💌
- Make the process of filling the Potty Chart exciting for your child. Build it up so she looks forward to filling it asap. And once it’s all filled up, write a tiny congratulatory note and leave it with a small present outside the fairy door.🎁
💝Eating Healthy is a struggle for children and adults alike. Turning an unpleasant task such as this one into a game or a competition with oneself is the perfect way to deal with it. So, let’s get our fairy on-board! She will teach us more than one lesson in this one.🎉
- Drop off the first letter by your child’s pillow or outside the door along with the Rainbow Chart.🌈
- Queen Ella has shared a few recipes with us that you could use or think up nice ones of your own. Encourage your child to fill up the chart and talk to him about the benefits of eating healthy and that healthy is not always yucky!🥗
- Drop off the second letter in the letter box when you feel your child has achieved satisfactory results. And you can always continue this little game with your child till she develops a habit of eating healthy.💌
We have some super yummy and healthy recipes from our Queen Ella.