February 16, 2008 at 12:42 am Leave a comment

“Our children are with us for only a small part of their lives.  Their years of childhood are brief.  They should be years filled with wonder and the beautiful magic of play, of growing, of knowing, and of love.  We need to listen to what our children are saying.  We need to give each fleeting
moment serious consideration and know that we can help improve the quality of their lives by seeing them as the feeling, thinking vital persons they are.  We need always to try to understand them and to respect them.  By doing so, we enrich our own lives and society as well.”

 Clare Cherry, Parents Please Don’t Sit on Your Kids


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