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Saturday 1 October 2016
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5 Ways to Stay Connected To Your Kids

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of DairyPure Milk. All opinions are 100% mine.

In today’s social world we spend so much time staring at a smart device, that we sometimes lose sight that it’s important to find Ways to Stay Connected To Your Kids. Given another school year will be done in a few days, I called a school night audible and brought the kids into the kitchen to make chocolate milkshakes with DairyPure milk.

Ways to Stay Connected To Your Kids | In The Kitchen With KP | Parenting Tips

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Ways to Stay Connected To Your Kids | In The Kitchen With KP | Parenting Tips

In honor of DairyPure milk’s 5 point purity promise, I’m wanted to also share 5 Ways to Stay Connected To Your Kids.

Give Quality Face Time.
When you are physically together, make the conscious effort to be 100% present to your child.

Ways to Stay Connected To Your Kids | In The Kitchen With KP | Parenting Tips

Create a fun treat in the kitchen.
Have your child choose what they want to make to capture their interest. Don’t limit yourself to treats either.

Ways to Stay Connected To Your Kids | In The Kitchen With KP | Parenting Tips

Connect on their level.
Show an interest and spend some time sharing something they love to do, take the opportunity to get active together.

Ways to Stay Connected To Your Kids | In The Kitchen With KP | Parenting Tips

One-On-One Time.
This is important if you have more than one child.

Demonstrate Affection.
Now I am not saying to hug and kiss your child in front of their friends as they are getting older, but they are never too old to receive a warm hug at bedtime.

Ways to Stay Connected To Your Kids | In The Kitchen With KP | Parenting Tips

My favorite motto is “Life is short. Eat dessert first!” Or in this case, drink your milkshake and enjoy every last, sweet drop. Want to add a little more sweetness in your life? Learn more about DairyPure, see all the delicious DairyPure Recipe inspiration on Pinterest, and connect with DairyPure on Facebook.

 

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