Parenting provides you with the opportunity to fall in love over and over again. The bond of love deepens as you actively care for your child. What is amazing is how this love, the nonverbal emotional connection between child and parent, a.k.a. the attachment bond, impacts his future mental, physical, and emotional health.
Long ago, a notion came about that children could be spoiled by love. Parents were instructed to change, feed and interact with a child in a detached manner…This has long since been proven false not just by mamas and papas that trusted their instinct but by science as well.
This weekend don’t be afraid to show your love. ♥ Whatever way that may be for you.
Hug. Play. Listen. Respond. Care.
Peace & Be Well,
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