Being a parent is definitely one of the hardest jobs out there; from the constant worries, to the late nights, the tears, and that’s the just first few months. But there are some benefits to raising our tiny tots too. Here are some of the fun activities we get to relive again, thanks to our tots.  
Maybe you didn’t get to go as a child or are just dying to relive the experience again, but now thanks to your tot, you have the perfect excuse. But make sure you don’t start to get more excited about the costume characters than your little one.
While nothing stopped you from going to the beach before, it’s a little different when you get to go as a family. Nothing beats digging in the sand or splashing in the water with your tot.
Your little one’s excitement about nature is somehow contagious. Suddenly you want to help your little one search for bugs and learn more about the world around them, even if you weren’t a fan of getting muddy beforehand.
Halloween is a big deal to your tots, but secretly to you as well. You not only get to dress up with your little one but might even join in their sweet hoard as well.
You get to reread some of your favourite children’s classics again thanks to your tot. From Dr. Seuss to all the Ladybird books, you soon start to look forward to story time as much as your little one.
We’re all big kids at heart and secretly want to play with our tot's new toy as much as they do.
Birthday Parties
They’re hard to organise and even more difficult to manage. But despite all of this, nothing beats the excitement on your little one's at their own birthday party. You also might join in a game of musical chairs as well.
Your child’s imagination is amazing and knows no bounds. Your little one can happily keep themselves occupied with various games and it’s even more fun when you get to play the imaginary games with your tot as well.
Children’s films
Trips to the cinema become a lot more frequent thanks to your little one. You also have the perfect excuse to see all of those animated films you secretly wanted to see before your little one's arrival as well.



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