By peter c
Growing up, many of us were unable to enjoy quality time with our parents. This does not mean that our parents never cared about us; it just didn’t occur to them that they could have that level of relationship with their children.
Over the past weekend, my daughter and I spent some time outside looking for mushrooms. It was a fantastic experience for us as it was the first time since her mom and I had her that we had that kind of adventure. We find many different types of mushrooms; of course we were looking for edibles so we chose them after confirming their edibility using the mushroom identification app.
She was enjoying the moment, so I decided to take the experience to another level. I pointed to some plants and asked her to name them. Well, I didn’t expect her to know a lot of them, but she managed to get a few names right.
His incredible intelligence reminded me of how I vowed never to mess with my children’s personal growth. My daughter is only 5 years old, but I envy how she has grown mentally, physically and emotionally.
I believe the secrets to her incredible personal growth are my relationship with her and my tireless effort to impart knowledge and discipline at every opportunity I get. Surprisingly, this has also helped me grow. Sometimes we learn a skill together so that I can observe and monitor its growth. The more I do this with her, the more I personally improve.
As a result of my experience with my daughter, I firmly believe that all parents can build the same relationship with their children and see them grow up in the right way.