GO PLACIDLY amid the noise and the haste, and remember what peace there may be in silence. As far as possible, without surrender, be on good terms with all persons.
My first leaders are my parents. And since childhood, these two terms have been inseparable for me. In fact, I think at the core of any parent is a leader.
Do you agree?
I was busy collecting a few nice seashells and gave them to YenYen, my daughter. She kept throwing them back to the water. Finally, she found a small piece of drift wood and placed some of the shells there. She showed her dad, exclaiming, “Daddy, look at my art work!” and hurried back to sea. I said, “aren’t we bringing them home, baby?” Much to my surprise and amazement, here’s what she said, “They’re home, mom.”
Plus, sharing my realizations from this #proudparentsmoment.
The perfect bonding activity with your toddler on a warm weekend! Fun, healthy and very easy to do – watermelon popsies! Try it! 🙂
What’s your fondest memory with your grandparents?
Today, we explore how grandparents influence child development and a call to action for us parents.
A fun activity in replacement of gadget use. Slime Making!!! 🙂
Something that has worked for us and hoping it will be as fun for you and your little ones, too!
Have you heard about “Mental Health Awareness”? Are you going through any mental health concern currently? Do you have a family member who is? In our other site Engagement Imperative, we recently published an article entitled Mental Health Awareness: Keep On Rolling with Vic Flauta. Please click here for part I and click here for […]