You can’t get back moments already missed, but you can make new ones you — and your children — won’t ever forget just by being present.
Little eyes and ears are focused on us at home even more than usual these pandemic days. Set the example you want them to imitate.
Family learns unfortunate happenings are their good fortune by shifting point of view from what happened to what could have occurred.
Like in Jenga, we must learn from our mistakes and the moves we made so we can repair this fragile tower and rebuild it better than ever before.
Apologizing when you are wrong doesn’t make you weak or soft. It makes you human. We should not offer an apology because we want forgiveness.
We can always do more as parents. But the real question we sometimes need to ask ourselves is this: SHOULD I be doing more?