Fanning the Flames of Your Child’s Creativity

Part of what I love about this time of year is going through photo albums. Looking back at family pictures sheds light on who we were, also giving context for who we’ve always been. Pictures bear witness to difficult times and perfect moments equally. They tell our stories before we have the vocabulary to share them ourselves. Seeing your child for who they truly are can mean facing some uncomfortable truths. Truths about you, about the world, about the person you envisioned this amazing kiddo would become. More importantly, seeing kiddos as themselves means holding their agency higher than your authority. Giving them space for self-expression, even when it seems like they’re straying from a

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