Thanksgiving

From the outside, some things look really difficult and un-rewarding. Raising children is one of those things — if you don’t have children, or haven’t spent a lot of time with your own, you will likely resent children and the time that they demand. writes about how she’s seen my relationship with the kids change over the past year and a half. It was during that time that I really came to appreciate my own children. This is similar to what Terah writes about Unsolicited and Unintentional Gifts — but at the other end of life.

One thought on “Thanksgiving”

  1. insightful

    I’ve noticed even at a distance. Odd as it may sound, it is something that I remember of my own father … his involvement and how much he influenced my ideas on how to interact and raise children … by his example when we were in the remembering years of childhood.

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