The Joy of Parenting
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The Joy of Parenting



Understand parent-child relationship and discover the true joy of a family

Understand parent-child relationship and discover the true joy of a family



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The Joy of Parenting The Joy of Parenting Presentation Transcript

  • Parenting from the Heart 
  • Parenting is Gardening
    The Universe blossoms in the face of a child. By bringing out the best in your child, you bring out the best in the Universe. 
  • Parenting is Trust
    The biggest trust is being entrusted with a life. The biggest responsibility is to live that trust throughout your life. 
  • Parenting is a Labor of Love
    The sleepless nights, the career sacrifices, the postponing of so many of your own activities. The prize of parenting comes at a price. 
  • Parenting is Protecting
    From fire and sharp objects. From unkind eyes. From negative thoughts and cruel criticisms. From getting into deep waters. From getting into a shallow life. 
  • Parenting is Correcting
    Gently and with love.Understanding the intent of the child before rushing to punish pay. 
  • Parenting is Smiling
    And laughing. And making faces. Singing together. Giving and receiving hugs. Holding the child’s hand in silence for a few moments before asking “What is wrong, dear?” plans. 
  • Parenting is Forgiving
    Again and again. Month after month. Year after year. And yet, never failing to correct and connect. 
  • Parenting is Friendship
    Of a lifetime. Without expecting returns of favor. With genuine sharing and caring. With friendship bands. And heartfelt bonds. 
  • Parenting is Being a Child
    So that you can see the world from their eyes. Feel their tears, live their smiles, and understand their dreams. 
  • Parenting is Enjoying
    Their peculiar tantrums. Tucking them in the blanket in the middle of the night. Their helping hand with heavy luggage. And with some of life’s burdens. 
  • Parenting is Letting Go
    Opening the gates when the time has come. Showing them the way.Being able to say “Goodbye! Wherever you go, you will always be in my heart.” 
  • Happy Parenting!!
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