Do you even understand the ramifications of losing Thanksgiving? We have lost the single holiday that acknowledges thankfulness, blessings we have, family, love that we share with one another, breaking bread as a community of fellow human beings, AND we have extended the most consumeristic holiday that Christmas, unfortunately, has become.
how do we find a balance between not being too much of a pest, or a “brown-noser”, and knowing what is going on with our kids and their education. Here are a few suggestions/hints; I’m no expert so take the advice or forget it they’re just ideas.
This is the time of year that I feel the most lucky to have the job and business that I have. I get to participate in the earth’s rejuvenation by being out in it, and teaching my beautiful children about seasons, and how the earth does what it does.
It is a fascinating experience listening to children because they have such unique insight to their life. By honestly listening without patronizing your children you will be able to teach your child how to be a good listener themselves.
ARE YOU KIDDING ME?!!! Just clean it up! …OMG I feel, as a babysitter, all I do is try to get kids to clean up their own messes. It is such a pain; seriously a PAIN! http://wp.me/p3LT3l-20n