Do you have a Tigger in your home? Here’s why I love mine! He has opened up my perspective and taught me much about myself.
I have to pause sometimes at School Return Time when I’m low on sleep and trying to track with the beautiful ADHD brain that comes home and pitches 1,000 ideas to me at once.
It’s a fascinating mind that can do this. He has my utmost respect and admiration,
I have to remind myself to be fully present.
- To not just “uh-huh” him, to engage with follow-up questions
- To acknowledge a few of those ideas
- To affirm that his heart to publish a series of 11 dog adventure stories (with a bubble on the jacket to market my book, LOL–his idea–he even asked me first!) is seen for the kind intentions that go with it
Too many “stop it, slow down, pay attention, settle down, be still”s in his day already. Someone needs to plug in and hear what he is really saying. For anyone who loves a
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