Jinger Vuolo, as fans know, seems mitten by her daughter Felicity. Although Jinger expects a new baby, they don’t forget their firstborn little darling. Parent goals, fans love it when she shares updates on her. Now, she shared about her bedtime routines and described it as her “favorite” time of day.
Jinger Vuolo reveals that Felicity loves her bible stories
Bedtime blues leave many parents frustrated. If their toddlers don’t get enough sleep, they wake up fractious and grumpy. But little kids seem to have some inbuilt resistance to it. In fact, some parents experience problems with kids from the moment of birth. But, it’s never too late to work on that. What To Expect notes, “Toddlers love routines because the predictability of knowing what comes next makes them feel safe and secure.”
Their website explains that the key to settling little ones down means taking lots of time. It simply can’t be rushed. Like Jinger Vuolo and Jeremy, they recommend plenty of time for kids to wind down. Felicity looks so sweet in her little outfit in the photo that Jinger shared on Monday. Sitting with her dad, she points to something in her big bible picture book.
Jinger explains routines at bedtime
In her Instagram caption, Jinger noted, “Felicity’s bedtime routine [became] a favorite time of the day. 🤗 She loves brushing her teeth, reading her big picture story Bible, and praying with us each night before bed.” The Counting On star also asked what other people do when it comes to settling down their kids.
Plenty of TLC fans responded to Jinger’s post about Felicity. One of them found that routines helped her autistic child. They noted, “My little ones are now 6’2 teenage boys but reading to them, then transitioning to them reading to me are my favorite bedtime memories; especially my youngest as he is autistic and was non-verbal until he was nearly 5. 🥰 I love seeing Lissy grow up. Thank you for sharing her with us.”
Other bedtime routines suggestions
A Counting On fan suggested a small pre-bedtime “snack.” Then, someone else told Jinger Vuolo, “We count with our fingers how many people (including grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins) love you. We even add all the family pets. ❤️” That sounds like a good idea, as fans liked that comment. Thinking about pets and loved ones would certainly help any little child to feel safe and secure at night.
Meanwhile, others suggested their kids recount their day, focusing on things that made them feel happy. It looks like Jinger Vuolo and Jeremy got it all sorted with Felicity. Does your toddler look forward to bedtime? Any tips you’d like to share with our readers are welcome. So, sound off in the comments below.