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    1. Yes!! So important 🙂 Have a good one Susie!

  1. Oh, I love this. It’s so true. Affection is so important for our kids!

    1. Thanks Heather! 🙂

  2. This is very encouraging and heartwarming to read. I know I really really have to watch my tone of voice. I am a loving, affectionate, warm, forgiving person who admits her mistakes freely but my tone of voice can be far too harsh. I know this and I really have to work on it. Thanks for the reminder!

    1. Hey Rachael, Sounds like you’re halfway there 🙂 I too think some people mistake my tone of voice at times, so I have to be mindful of it too!

  3. Thank you for sharing such a thoughtful post. Parents are so much focused on taking care of the physical needs of their children that they often forget to think about their emotional needs, which is vital to their well being and growth. Must read for all parents. Loved it.

    1. Thanks for your kind words Hina!

  4. This is great!!! I think I learned some of this as I went along in parenting, but I am much better at it with my grandchildren. Of course, I love that you have shared all of this information and suggestions. My favorite part is sharing laughter with my grandchildren, so very much! My granddaughter even told me that she knows I love her because I am willing to play on the floor with her. It really made me realize that ever action makes such a difference in their little hearts.

    1. Awe! That’s lovely Jennifer. It sounds like you and your granddaughter have a special bond. I love that she shared that with you too xo

  5. Love this! Affection is so important for our kids shown both to them and our husbands.

    1. 100% Love makes the world go round!

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