I read somewhere that somebody wisely said something like – if you want to make good people from your children, spend more time on them and spend less money on them and expensive toys. That’s absolutely correct. Do not think that expensive toys will make your children happy. They are currently pleasured. What children will remember when they become adults are the beautiful moments that have been spent with parents, embraces, a common laugh, good night stories… That’s what will build their character. Only love and kisses and embraces will make from them emotionally stable people. So do not save it. Hug and love your children. Spend time with them by doing creative things. And expensive toys will surely be broken or lost. Memories will not.
The autumn is here and the weather is colder. The children started to go at school. They spend less time outdoors, both because of school obligations and because of cold weather, wind or rain. Now is the time to use their free moments to socialize and play with them. Skip the scattered toys or unwashed towels, dispose of the dish washing, and its not required to wash floor right now. Spend time with your kids while they are still small, while you have time for that. Because time passes quickly and tomorrow they will be adults who will not need your embrace or consolation. You will never again have the opportunity that you had today to spend with your children. You will have some new but you lost this today.
In our gallery we present some ideas on how to creatively spend the afternoon with your smallest family members. Draw together, make decorations from paper, collect chestnut and then paint them, laugh and joke with them. You will beautify yourself a day, but you will make it unforgettable for them. Autumn and winter are the best seasons for this. Warm your house and warm your soul by socializing with your loved ones. The moments you spend with your family do not have a price, and that love that you are exchanging then is the surest way to make good people from them.
Someone said, (I do not remember which famous thinker), that life is not measured by the number of breaths, but how many times we have been breathless. Think about that!