Parenting can feel never-ending, but it doesn't have to be. Later bedtimes for children are extending parenting duties by several hours, cutting into much-needed rest for both parents and children. An over-reliance on screens is adding to the problem, as both parents and children suffer from "digital distraction." How can we fix this?
In Prime Time Parenting, Heather Miller offers a routine for the hours of around 6-8pm. By focusing on parenting exclusively during this screen-free window, we can meet our children's emotional, nutritional, social and educational needs. Then, after 8 pm, parents can turn their attention to themselves and to each other. The result is stronger, happier families, a less stressful home life, and healthy, secure children who do their very best at school.
Not a bad outcome for just two hours a day!
The two-hour "Prime Time Parenting" window enables you to meet your child's needs while also meeting your own.