Showing gratitude for small wins

Kids need to know what they do matters. They at times have similar insecurities adults face. A kind word, appreciation, simple thank you can go a long way.

Some children can have difficulty holding a series of task as they learn to juggle. We need to be mindful of this and open to conversations about what they do. Expressing gratitude for the completed task seems to be as valuable as thanking them along the road of progress. Lifting their spirits after a successful task, day or week can sometime be the rocket fuel needed. And from my experience the specific attention can have the biggest impact coming from specific person. Sometime it can be a Mom or Dad, a sibling, a friend, a teacher or from anyone they honor. Let’s look for an opportunity to celebrate our young one with love .

How did you celebrate 🎊 a first step, a first word, a first day of school. Let’s find our joy and watch them run/sprint to the goals set forth that can be passed to another like a baton.

Kidstrive to be and encouraged on the right path.

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