. . . Children are so full of wonder and curiosity, yet they look to us for survival: to meet their every need. They depend on us to show them truth in a world where truth is sometimes hard to find. They look to us to show them that life is worth living, that they can grow up and become all they are meant to be. Their hearts beg being seen by us, and their voices beg being heard through all the noise.
Do we love them for who they are~right where they are? How many times do we look them in the eye, and say, “You matter to me because . . . “
They love us unconditionally. Should we not love them the same? Do we show them that no matter how many times they mess up, we still love them?
Sometimes we can learn from them . . . “out of the mouths of babes.”