DON'T DO IT FOR YOUR KIDS
By Carey Nieuwhof
We do so much for our kids:
work late to ensure we keep climbing the ladder.
enroll our kids in lessons and activities so they have every opportunity.
drive them all over town and beyond so they can keep an active social life.
buy them things they don’t really need so they can have every ‘advantage.’
But did you ever think that what you do with your kids is as important than what you do for your kids? It’s an important distinction. Because often the things we do for our kids takes us away from the time we would could have spent with our kids. This tension exists in every home . . .
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