Thursday

Son, May you always be Thoughtful

A few years ago, I was asked if I could expect my children to have one quality what quality would that be.  Right away, I knew I wanted my children to be responsible.  Responsible for the good and bad.  I want them to know that they are responsible for their own choices and then everything else will fall into place from there.  If my children are responsible, hopefully that will encourage them to become honest, respectful, kind, and thoughtful.   That's where this books comes into place.







I recently ordered Thoughtful Discovering the Unique Gifts in Each of Us from B & H Publishing Group and love the cute story about Ahanu, a child with Down Syndrome who wins an award for being thoughtful and is later picked on.  His friend Joshua is also being thoughtful when he supports Ahanu and is reminded of life's lessons of being kind, importance of friendships, and disabilities.

I really like the content in Thoughtful.  Regardless of abilities or disabilities, we are all different and deserve to be treated kindly.and this book reminds us how important it is to be kind and thoughtful of one another, a lesson that doesn't seem to be so common anymore.

   



Within the first couple pages, there is a dedication page making this a great gift.  Of course, I dedicated and gifted this book to Baby Kolton.


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