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  1. Chelsea @ Life With My Littles says

    These are great! I especially love having my kids help me with things. Today my daughter helped me make a recipe for a blog post and my son helped me plant bulbs in our flower bed. They weren’t big things, but they made a difference to me!
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  2. Ros Emely says

    Thank you Chelsea! Isn’t it great when they help us do small things? They get so excited and happy to do it and it’s an easy way to bond. It definitely makes a difference 🙂

  3. Lisa | The Merry Momma says

    I totally understand getting wrapped up in your to-dos and forgetting to spend quality time with your kids! I have done it plenty myself. It requires daily intention. Good for you for recognizing that and making the necessary steps to change it.

    These are wonderful suggestions! I think finding your child’s particular love language is important, because what really feeds one child’s love bank may not mean as much to another. I loved Gary Chapman’s book The 5 Love Languages, and I’m planning to read the version for children.

    Thanks for the reminder to be intentional and keep what’s important important!
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  4. Ros Emely says

    Thank you Allison! I appreciate your comment 🙂

  5. Ros Emely says

    Hi Lisa! Thank you so much. You are right about finding your child’s particular love language because each child loves differently! I just ordered the ” The 5 love languages” and I can’t wait to read it. I didn’t know they had a version for kids, good to know!

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