Lessons learned from kids

by admin on October 28, 2009

Scribbles on paper can say, ‘I Love You.’

A kiss can fix any ‘owie’.

Gentle words and a hug make the world a better place.

Kids teach us not to worry. Do you ever go in your kids room while they are sleeping and watch how peaceful they are? Not a care in the world.

The biggest decisions in life are choosing between peanut butter and jelly or mac-n-cheese.

‘I Love You’ never sounded so sweet.

Kids are the best “conscience” to have. They watch everything we do.

There is no such thing as too messy, too loud, or too funny.

Playing with magnets on a refrigerator is a great way to spend an afternoon.

It’s okay to dance silly.

If you can’t sing well, sing loud.

Time spent with your kids is time well spent.

If it’s not yours, give it back. 99.99% of the wars and conflicts in the world could be resolved with such logic.

Taking a cookies & milk break is a great way to talk about your day and leave your troubles behind.

Pancakes are not just for breakfast.

Kids won’t remember what they ate for breakfast, but they’ll remember that you promised to play with them after work.

Disappoint your boss before you disappoint your kids.

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