A great article by Julie Holly from the USA (see our “Guest Writers” section) about nurturing our children: and it comes with a challenge in humility for us all 🙂 “The Forever Years” likes this.
Parenting hasn’t been the gentle walk I envisioned, it’s been a tsunami that continually humbles me. Life would be easier if I had robotic children, but God wouldn’t receive a drop of glory because I’d steal it all and walk in my own strength.
This list of recycled life’s wisdom from my short experience in the parenting trenches represents the simple things in life that we quickly shelf.
1. Face Time (Apple products aside)
Slow down and look into the eyes of your child. I’m not referring to those drill sergeant moments when kids are commanded, “Look me in the eyes”. What about all the other times? When the day begins, when we pick our kids up, when we’re eating a meal. Take time to notice the awe, wonder, mischief and frustration swirling in the eyes of your child.
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