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GREAT article about getting your toddler into the habit of having 2 solid hours of quiet time daily once their regular napping days are done. No mommy & toddler time, no electronics, just some alone time for your child to build up their imagination, become a little more independent, and still allow you to have some time to yourself (for secret popsicle eating time!).

sand table... never thought about using a plastic bin... just put the top on when done! Awesome!

These are the newest addition to my arsenal of tools that I am using to make portions of our daily routine run that much smoother. To my 4 yr old daughter, they are her "quiet time bins". To my 22 mth old, they are simply a fun container of toys that Mommy puts in front of him.

Quiet Time Box. What a great idea! We don't need it yet, but I'm sure in the future we will.