2. At two, they cry. At three, they throw temper tantrums so epic, you become convinced that they are possessed by the devil.
3. At two, they’re happy to eat anything you present to them. At three, they eat only three foods (usually consisting of a starch and processed cheese.) Continue reading
Our home had fingerprints, laundry piles, and dishes in the sink, but that’s not what I remember growing up. I remember having fun and playing and feeling the freedom to pull out toys and dress-up clothes without worrying that I’d get in trouble. Thank you for not making a clean house your number one priority, Mom. You’ve given me permission to do the same and, from experience, I know my kids will still feel security and love.
Thank you teaching us how to appreciate classical music, how to play the piano, how to listen to a symphony with our heart and not just our ears. Art and music have brought me so much happiness in life, and you’ve shown me how to pass this on to my children so that they too can enjoy the world of opportunities that art brings.