W E L C O M E  to the W A R M T H of W I N T E R

First it is September, summer weathers’s over.

Burr, Burr, Burr, the leaves are turning brown.



Next it is October, fall is getting colder.

Burr, Burr, Burr, the leaves are falling down.




After comes November, wind is getting bolder.

Burr, Burr, Burr, the leaves are on the ground.









At last it is December, fireplaces smolder.

Swish, swish, swish,“snowflakes” whirl around.













Look at the warmth outside.


As we turn our attention to giving this season, what is best to give our children?

Love, of course, but more specific than that.

If it is not something you can buy or make, 

Then what is it? 


That is so great because once you know how to instill it, you can do it everyday all day long.

Better yet, your children will enjoy it every minute.


It’s Holiday Time! 

What a wonderful time of the year to… believe in yourself! 

Let self-confidence be the theme for this month! One day at a time, make up 31 specifics to help your child believe in him or herself. With each simple positive, you will be teaching your child about him or herself. You will be helping your child feel self-assured. Self-confidence is the one characteristic that generates more positive energy than almost any other. It is the force behind successful living. 

Here is how Norman Vincent Peale said it in his famous well-known classic book

The Power of Positive Thinking

“BELIEVE IN YOURSELF. Have faith in your abilities! Without a humble but responsible confidence in your own powers, you cannot be successful or happy. A sense of inferiority and inadequacy interferes with the attainment of your hopes, but self-confidence leads to self-realization and successful achievement.” — Norman Vincent Peale 

You can do it; nothing to it.

You are smart; good at art.

You are strong; I’m not wrong.

Let the good feelings roll.

Wait! Not done yet.

There is one more thing that you can do–                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Be a Please and Thank you fanatic.

Same deal—all day long everyday.

Remember the “Kindness solution!”

Use Please to show respect

And Thank you for appreciation.

Those are the famous magic words. Once you start using them often, your kids will catch on too. In truth, you can’t live without them.


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