9 Minutes Each Day, A Child...

There are 9 minutes during the day that have the greatest impact on a child. The first 3 minutes right after they wake up. The 3 minutes after they come home from school. The last 3 minutes of the day before they go to bed. Make those minutes special and help your children feel special, loved, and accepted. Each day children' need meaningful eye-to-eye conversations with a parent. It is especially important to slow down and look them in the eye. Listen and respond with love. Hug your child, straighten her hair, pat him on the back and tell them how proud you are of him every day. A simple touch makes them feel connected to a parent in ways that words never will. Remember, actions speak louder than words! (I did not write this, It is a share from an image I seen online. I do not know the exact link but, being a mom this really touched me.)

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