Be in awe...

Be in awe

Have you ever had those moments where you showed your amazement about a child’s play, and it made them do it again and again? Those moments where they drew a rainbow and you said wow, you made such pretty colors there! Then suddenly you have 5 copies of a rainbow and for each one, she proudly raised her drawing to show you her work.

Sometimes, it’s in these moments of repetition that they create stronger neural connections, memories and hone their skills therefore our actions and reactions have a profound way of contributing to their growing brains of children.

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