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Everyone at one time or another, in their lifetime, wishes they were different than who they are. Maybe they wish they were taller, or shorter, or thiner, more outgoing and funnier, and so many other wishes. If this is you, do you ever stop to think that you are unique just the way you are.
You are valuable!
There is no-one else quite like you. Someone else may have similar qualities like you, but really are you exactly the same? What are some of those good qualities that you have that others love and appreciate about you?
When it comes to our children we don’t love each of them exactly the same, because they are all different. While they all are raised the same, and come from the same household, there are different qualities we love about each of them. I feel it is important to help a child, as they grow, understand and realize this. It is important to help them feel loved and appreciated, especially for the qualities they possess and you admire. I feel it is also important to help them understand this, although sometimes it is hard to help them understand and realize this.
Teach a child self-worth
There are probably many different ways to help your children understand this, but one of my favorites is through children’s books. I love this storybook “Critter Tails – You are valuable” for quite a few reasons. Can you guess why? If you said because it is a story about a chicken you guessed the first reason. The second reason I like this book, the author is using farm animals while teaching valuable lessons to the reader.
Woodstock is this cute little chicken on the cover of the book. I love exotic chicken’s, they have so much character.
Woodstock wishes he looked just like the other rooster on the farm. He didn’t like his top-notch hair doo, and many other things about himself. What he didn’t realize is how much the farmer and his family like him just the way he is. They devised a plan to help Woodstock love himself just the way he is. They wanted to help Woodstock realize, it is more important what’s inside than how he looked on the outside.
The author of this book Dannelle Ranee, says she enjoyed writing this cute book. Currently, Dannelle, along with her family, manages a ranch in Southern Idaho. She has a love for animals and life. She has decided life is too short and is working on her own bucket list. Right now she is focusing on what is most important, her family.
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