Find YOUR Child’s spark. We each have a spark, what we are good at, what brings us joy. The child may have many sparks or just one spark. As they are developing it is YOUR job as the parent to help them find that spark. Your job is to take notice at their interest. They may have art talent, let them take art lessons. They may be musical, find the instrument they may like to play. However, if they are good in math and science, encourage them. Get them into a coding computer summer camp. Always raising their level of development. And just like you would want your level to be raised.
Find YOUR Child’s Spark.
Every year YOUR child develops and YOU need to know what that looks like. But, todya’s school environment is different than yours was so know what their needs are now. I realize parenting and having a job today is hard. But you are going to have to make it work for YOUR child. However, you may need to stop a few of your interest and be more aware of YOUR child. This childhood we each have goes very fast. My daighter turned 50 and asked me, “How did I get here?”. I told her a day aat a time. Life itself goes fast so do not waste a day helping YOUR Child find their spark.
Your child looks to you as their anchor. Are you making good decisions for the family? And do you have self-discipline? You are not their friend, you are their parent. And be that adult who puts family first and helps YOUR child. Of course, every family is different and their life style is different. But, one thing is that family and the children should come first. See that you and your child can laugh and have a good time. And board games and card games are a good event every week.
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