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You have to believe in him

Just sharing a thought on this Monday that came out of a conversation with my friend Pegs on Facebook following this photo post.

Photo Caption: “When the toddler helps with hanging up laundry”

Pegs: Wow! Very enthusiastic!
Me: Yes! *LOL* I hope the enthusiasm to help me keeps up all the way to when he is able to REALLY help
Pegs: He will. You have to believe in him! ;)

Such a simple and significant thought. Believe in our children. No matter how the day went or if things don’t seem to be progressing exactly the way you think they should. I must remember to believe in my little boy. Someday he can and he will!

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  1. Yes, these kids know more stuff than you can ever imagine. Let them try things their way, they'll come up with imaginative ways to do them.

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  2. Oh yes. I find that kids can teach us a lot of things about ourselves too if we're willing to stoop down and look at the world through their eyes.

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