Great advice in today’s essay at Let Grow on whether you should push your kids should to share your passions: “I was so invested in shaping my daughter into who I wanted her to be, I nearly missed seeing the amazing person she is,” admits author Katie Benoit.Â
Eventually Katie realized that joy comes when you “love the child you have, not the child you thought you’d have.” The ending of this essay was so good it gave me goosebumps. Click here to read it.
ok same as my parents
I teach riding and you have no idea how many parentswho rode or loved horses as children assume their kids will not only be horse crazy also but will excel at it the first time. some of the kids do, some don’t. we try to make it fun and interesting but when you have an indifferent or even worse a terrified child, it’s hard to teach them anything. especially when the parents get upset because they don’t feel they’re making progress fast enough.