Monsterous aftermath

Monster tornado devastates Oklahoma town; at least 51 dead | Reuters – Mozilla Firefox.

 

 

I pray that the missing children are found and I hope that the death toll does not rise any higher. Even one lost of life is high. I am lost for words…

Life Doesn’t Frighten Me: Maya Angelou’s Courageous Children’s Verses, Illustrated by Basquiat | Brain Pickings

http://www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2013/05/03/life-doesnt-frighten-me-maya-angelou-basquiat/

How to speak on tragedies with our kids

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With what is going now in the world, I believe that our kids should be made aware so as to feel as being part of the continued life cycle. They will ask questions because they will hear of the tragedy even if you try to shelter them from it. Hope this will help on the journey to teach our children on the world today.

What is your soul Age?!

I have come to see and believe this as well. It may be hard to at time to not “group children under a black and white stats” but we must persevere because we are only hurting our children, their future growth and ourselves as parents.

Love Unconditional

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A post from Soulful Intentions on Facebook.  This definitely applies to the three old souls in young bodies in my household!  

“Physical age versus soul age…

Through my son’s ‘development’, the part that has always perplexed me is the categorization of children through development; such as it being “normal” for an infant/child to do a particular thing at a particular age.

Since we are all souls living out a physical experience, the physical age would not define what progress they make. It is hard to group children under a black and white stats print out and say if they are delayed or advanced, as one does not know how old their soul is.

A child that excels extremely fast has more experience/lifetimes (old soul) to help them progress, whereas, a new soul may take a lot of time to figure out the dynamics of their earth life and…

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Kids’ Music that Doesn’t Kill Brain Cells

Kids’ Music that Doesn’t Kill Brain Cells.

When my daughter was born, even before then, we played jazz, classical, some blues and R&B music. Eventually, we also ended up putting on some Einstein music CDs, which were pretty good. Our daughter loves Chris Botti, Josh Groban, as do we. However as she is growing up, now 8yrs old, likes many different music but still clings to those she use to hear when she was younger.