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Things I Don't Sweat: Going past people, even multiple times. Low to moderate level baby noises. Babies aren't capable of silence, but they and I have as much right to the Mass as the next guy. All we can do is our best.
Missing parts of Mass for diaper changes or inconsolable moments. I always plan to nurse my babies in the pew during Mass. It keeps them quiet and occupied.
Sitting in the front of the church so I don't see if people are craning to look at us. Six Months to Two Years Goals: Reasonably quiet, mostly in the pew. Things That'll Get Ya: So brightly colored, right at eye level.
My kids aren't allowed to touch them, but they really want to. Keeping toddler voices at a whisper. Keeping toddlers in a confined space. Quiet talking, or attempted quiet talking, even if it's not perfectly successful. Moving around within the pew.
Quiet, not messy snacks. Sitting up front where toddlers can see what's going on. Whispered explanations of what's happening in the Mass or who that is in that stained glass window. Nursing if possible, but many of my babies are awfully distractible after six months and have trouble nursing in interesting environments.
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Two Years to Seven or So Goals: Quiet, following the Mass. Sit or stand or kneel as required. Stay in the pew alone or with a sibling quietly during communion or if I have to take the baby out. That they're probably sitting next to a sibling.
But, at this age, we do let our kids go if we happen upon one. Snacks, toys, books, and Mass bags. They make my kids noisier than they would otherwise be, and they keep them from participating in the Mass. We bring "stuff" for kids under two, but two and ups in our family don't get things in Mass.
They just get the Mass. I don't usually have to take kids over two out of Mass for behavior, but if I did, I would. Kids saying they have to go to the bathroom, because mostly they don't.
Moving around between seats or between parents. Always taking them to the bathroom before Mass, so I don't have to stress about not letting them go during Mass. Following along in the missalette. Never underestimate the power of the donut.
Sing the songs, recite the responses.So, without further ado, here are our family's expectations for the behavior of our children during Mass, things we look out for, and our coping strategies, broken down by age group.
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