The year is coming to a close, and that means it’s time to start figuring out how best to improve our lives. Enter: New Year resolutions. Asking for that raise? Finally taking vacation days? Going back to school? All fine promises to make as we enter 2018. But as a mom, I know that some of the resolutions we make aren't particularly kind to ourselves. That's why it wouldn't hurt to take a page from our children's books. That's also why I asked toddlers to share their adorable New Year's resolutions. From the mouths of babes, my friends.
I’ve been doing resolutions for a long time, but my kid, who is still a few months shy of 4, has absolutely no concept of what a "resolution" really is. He had a hard enough time trying to write a Christmas list for Santa, so making a serious commitment to a life change is a pretty abstract concept for him.
I tried asking what my son's New Year's resolution was, and all he could muster was something about a bowling lane. Then he just went about his merry way. Still, I thought it would be fun to find out what other toddlers (and some preschoolers) would resolve to do in the New Year. Let's see how they compare to your own resolutions: