I may be biased…Charlotte is my niece. That aside, kids can teach us so many things — how to sieze the moment, love unconditionally, and enjoy this ride we call “life”.
Thanks for sharing this amazing post, Ang!
I taped a small 3″x3″ paper to my monitor. I placed it strategically in front of the volume knob and where the monitor on the left meets the the monitor on the right. Scrawled in blue Sharpie pen is one of the greatest lessons I will ever learn.
And I learned it from my four-year-old daughter.
Every day, we ask Charlotte two questions during dinner.
What was your favorite part about today?
What was your least favorite part about today?
These two questions open up an opportunity for us to talk about wins in her day, as well as opportunities for growth. We can celebrate! And we can learn.
Most days, when asked about her favorite part of the day, Charli will tell us stories about fun activities from pre-school, sugar filled treats or special time with mom dad.
When asked about her least favorite part, she’ll recount a disagreement with a…
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