I was asked to update my about me page to share more about Tiny Tots Adventures. I really hope that this helps you to get a better feel of this blog and why I created it. This blog is a little over a year old now and I have put a lot of hours into it. This is my other baby and I hope that what I share with you all is useful and inspires you. I’m not that great at sharing so this for me is a big step and this part of me that I am sharing with the world normally others don’t see.
Why did you start this blog?
Well, I started this blog because I was getting asked about the activities that I was doing with my children and I figured that pointing everyone to a blog would be so much easier than me just constantly typing the same thing over and over again.
What do you do with your children?
I do fun learning activities with my children.
How do you come up with the activities that you do with your daughters?
Honestly, they all come from complete boredom. I heard that children need to be bored. Well, I think the same applies to adults. I can come up with all kind of wild and crazy stuff when I’m bored. This blog doesn’t even touch on some of the crazy fun I come up with.
How did you come up with the name Tiny Tots Adventures?
All of my kids came up with the name. I use to call my last two children my Tiny Tots and my oldest girls use to come in from school and ask what adventures did we have that day. Eventually, the name Tiny Tots Adventures was said and I just stuck with it and then named this blog that.
What do you hope to achieve with Tiny Tots Adventures?
At first, it was to save me time, then it became for me to just share. Now my goal is to inspire other parents to play, learn, explore with and teach their children. It’s not hard and they take joys in the little things in life. Either way, you come out the Super Parent when you spend some time with your children.
What do you see in the future for Tiny Tots Adventures?
I don’t know, I hope to be providing you all with some homeschool learning ideas, but I’m struggling to try to find my footing with that.