Tag Archives: repetitive words
Oh No, It’s Mom!
You’ve planned it all out. You have carefully chosen the words. You begin to express your feelings about some behavior your child has engaged in. It’s going pretty well, your son or daughter seems to be getting the message, when … Continue reading
Posted in By Rote, Choice, Definitions, Family, Growth, Journal Writing, Memory, Self-Awareness, Uncategorized Tagged acceptable behavior, actions, crafted in wood, creative pursuits, critique, define, definition, explanation, foreign, impressionable children, jargon, job well done, language, learn by experience, Mom, never too old to learn, opinion, paint, parents, place in the world, public showing, repetitive words, separate entity, siblings, simple exercise, Stream of Consciousness Writing, talking with your child, unacceptable, unique individuality, vehemently disagree, worldview Comments Off on Oh No, It’s Mom!