Monday, April 2, 2012

So True...Toddlerhood

I'm reading Toddler Adoption:  The Weaver's Craft by Mary Hopkins-Best.     I'm only in the beginning chapters, but I am already learning so much!   One quote that had me smiling was this (from page 32):


A toddler is completely unpretentious and honest about his feelings.  You always know where you stand.  The whole world is before her and it is a joy to watch her explore and conquer her environment.  Everything is fresh and new.   He studies his world with the precision  of a scientist.  She delights in the ludicrous and the unexpected.  His nonsensical words and nongrammatical but logical sentences are delightful.  To see the world through a toddler's eyes is to find the child inside yourself once again.

1 comments:

Anonymous said...

Glad you're finding the book useful! Steve, JKP

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