FROM CHAPTER THREE aFor a kid, every day should begin with aOnce upon a time ... a Every moment of every day should be an adventure. Today, during this first century of a new millennium, are we in danger of scheduling our kidsa lives away? And, for what purpose? I donat know about you, but years from now, I do not want to wake up and look back and realize that I missed out, that I was so consumed by my own life that I forgot to live in the moment with my children ... that I raised my kids to live like meafar from the present momentaand, that I spent so much energy worrying about my tomorrows and my goals and my ambitions that I failed to receive and cradle a most sacred calling, this privilege of parenting.a aThe Awe-full Privilege is a heartwarming and personal account of the joy of parenting. It illustrates beautifully the importance of slowing down and enjoying our children while they are with us ... and giving them the most precious gift of all, our time.a aANITA HITTINGER, Director of Risen Lord Montessori School... was birthed into our orderly and calm existence on a winter day in 1989 at 12: 48 p.m. She was a Sabbath baby, born ... a clear and immediate indication of the acosta of our decision to have children, and with no instruction manual included!
|Title||:||The Awe-full Privilege|
|Author||:||K. Craig Moorman|
|Publisher||:||WestBow Press - 2013-02-27|