How parents can maximize quality time with their children during a two-hour window every day–a practical, realistic plan
At a time when people feel pulled in many directions and bombarded by a constant flow of information, Prime Time Parenting provides a realistic framework for parents to be truly present for their children during their formative years. There is a lot to accomplish in the evening hours after work and school, and it is easy to get sidetracked. By focusing on parenting exclusively between the hours of around 6-8 pm, author Heather Miller explains, we can meet our children’s emotional, nutritional, social and educational needs. 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!
By focusing on a two-hour window every evening, you can meet your child’s needs while also meeting your own. Readers learn how to:
Bond with their children over a nutritious dinner
Help their children with their homework
Read with their children before bed
Get their children to bed at a reasonable hour (that’s a lot earlier than you expect it to be)