Inspired by another thread, it got me thinking about things your children do that make you stop and think about life in general. They're always looking for the beauty in things and enjoying life's little treats. I think we're all guilty of rushing through stages of life or concerned about this or that but at the end of the day (and at the end of our time), does it really matter?
For example, when I'm feeling flustered or cranky my dd2 (15months) will always climb on my lap or beg me to pick her up, stare in my eyes and say "mummy?" Before giving me a great big open mouthed kiss. It's like she's saying "it's ok mummy, it doesn't matter". It is a sure fired guaranteed way to get me to stop and look at the big picture. Who cares if we're 2 minutes late getting out the door? It's not that big of a deal.
I'm not very good at explaining myself in writing, sorry if it doesn't make sense lol....
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