Children’s Books

Sometimes as a Mom your job is to stop and listen. As they scream and yell, slam door, and generally do everything in their power to stress you out, you have to see through it. You have to see the pain they are hiding, and it’s your job to figure out what is causing it. Despite the fact that Seth and I have set out to make the transition for our children as  easy as possible, there are issues for sure. Each child is showing signs of frustration and stress, which I believe is to be expected. When I see this pain in my children it sends me straight to the book shelf. I am always looking for new fun books to help start conversations about feelings with my Littles or to simply remind them of what is important in the world.

 

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Tonight I pulled out some for the coming days to share with my Little People. Books that I hope will help set them back on the track to feeling happy inside. Books I hope that will bring them back to “normal”.

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2 thoughts on “Children’s Books

  1. Joe Endres

    Just want to let you know how much I appreciate your blog. From the time I was 5 or six years old I was always disappearing into the woods somewhere for my daily dose of nature and adventure. Now at 71 I find myself still doing the same thing only now with trail running shoes and my camelback. Makes my heart smile reading about you and your little people and how you are raising them, the world needs more people like you in it….Keep on keeping on and please keep writing about it is very much appreciated …

    Joe Endres

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