Lessons I Have Learned From Children Part 3

Here are some more lessons that my children have taught me as continued from the June 10 post (if you haven’t read yet – please read the previous posts for Part 1 & part 2)

So….here’s my 2 cents on the life lessons from my children ages 8 to 10.

1. Play with gusto every day
2. Share fun secrets with friends
3. Roll down a grassy hill during summer at least once
4. Invite others into your group just because
5. Enjoy swinging as high as you can go
6. Create sand castles and chair forts often
7. Robert Munsch rules!
8. Sing like no one is watching
9. Dance like no one is watching
10. Make snowmen every winter
11. Make snow angles too
12. Rainy days are great for snuggling & watching a good movie
13. A parents hug makes the fear disappear
14. Cloud watching IS doing something
15. Jumping in puddles is a must!
16. Learn to win gracefully
17. Learn to lose gracefully
18. Sleepovers really means… Stay up as long as you can
19. Thunderstorms must be watched as a collective group, lights off & on the bed
20. Dirt, sand or mud = Fun
21. Bike riding, rollerblading, sledding, skating & swimming
22. End each day with “I love you’s & Good nights”

What have your children taught you?

Have you told them this yet?

Until next time… Make each day count!

Be Real,

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One Comment on “Lessons I Have Learned From Children Part 3”

  1. Evan Says:

    Sounds magnificient, memorable & magical!!! Thank you for sharing your precious & priceless 2 cents. I think you are rich beyond words. Yes, 2 cents lady! Smiling, Evan

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