Love Blog – express love to your children with simple actions and words

What are your priorities?

February 28th, 2010

Wherever you look these days people are in a hurry going from one priority to another.  How many priorities can a person have and just how important a priority is it really?  For parents who have one or several children, trying to decide how to balance daily demands and  attend to priorities can be stressful.  Knowing exactly what your priorities are help make deciding how […]

As children learn to manuver their way around beginning with crawling and then taking their first steps parents praise them with wild applause and proud words of encouragement.  But each new accomplishment in a childs life is worthy of the same praise as their first steps which will help build their confidence and self esteem.  Small successes lead to big ones and as a […]

Are you a good listener?

February 26th, 2010

Children will ask the same questions repeatedly and because parents have already answered the question once they tend to ignore their child the second and third time around.  The child is not always asking the question becaue she is curious about the answer, but rather looking for attention.  Showing your child that you are interested […]

The act of talking can mean telling someone your thoughts and opinions, listening to their comments, responding with a question, listening, commenting and asking more questions.  The result of conversing is a better understanding of how that person looks at life and interprets it.  Hearing someone else’s way of looking at a situation from a completely different perspective […]

As each day passes ask yourself if you have spent your time wisely.   There are so many demands on each of us that it is easy to let time get away from us and before you know it you feel frustrated at having lost or wasted precious opportunities.  Make time for your children becuase time spent with them is always […]

Sometimes all that is needed to give a child reassurance of your love is the touch of your hand on his hand or the caress of his cheek.  These simple gestures say it all – I love you – without a word being spoken.   Make loving words and gestures a daily part of communication with your child that will leave lifelong feelings of contentment instead […]

One of the most frightening days in a parents life is the day that they bring this tiny bundle home to care for, feed, cloth and LOVE.  This can be an overwhelming feeling thinking about the responsibility the job of caring for, feeding and clothing entails.  But the one thing that looms above all the rest and makes […]

The language of love is spoken in all dialects.   Unlike other languages it is not taught at school or by correspondence or at a certain grade level.  It is taught from the beginning of life by the first teachers in our lives, our parents, grandparents and loved ones.  Hearing the words ‘I love you’ is […]

Can you love someone too much?

February 12th, 2010

Several years ago I asked my 10 year old nephew, “Is it possible to love someone too much?”.  His answer back has stayed with me all these years.  He said “You can never love someone too much”.  Because of what that sweet, 10 year old boy said to me several years ago, is the reason I use any […]

If only that same amount of effort  is put into the time spent showing a child how much he or she is loved.  The pleasure that one gets from seeing a child’s face light up knowing that they are loved and appreciated is better than anything else on earth including a gourmet meal. 

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