Here is an example: Hope I made you smile maybe even laugh:) To your success and mine!    
Guess what children remember from their childhood? You're going to be very surprised by the answer! A number of interesting studies have proven that what most children remember from their childhood focuses are small and joyful experiences, especially experiences that included intimate moments with their mother or father! And it certainly indicates that there is probably no point in investing in grandiose productions if anyway what is left in your daughter's memory is this...
So what is the big problem with the question: "How did you feel today at kindergarten, or what happened today at school?" And more importantly, what can you do to get a real answer? (Except "okay" or "nothing happened" :) The answer lies in understanding: memories relate to experiences, experiences crystallize into insights, and insights are not always clear to us immediately and most importantly to remember that we are not really...
Questions that children ask Mommy: Where are my new shoes? My white shirt is clean? What are we eating for dinner? Can I go see Joe this weekend? When will we go to the beach? Questions that children ask Daddy: Where is Mommy? Hope I made you smile maybe even laugh:) To your success and mine!
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