Thursday, October 14, 2010

What being Olivia’s father has taught me …

Thanks to Daddy Peter for this wonderful Blog Post:

What being Olivia’s father has taught me …

- Stop! and love saying “flowwa” every time you see a picture of a flower

- Celebrate the little things that really matter

- Take life at its own pace, rather than rushing to get no where

- Everyone is equally important and valuable, just as Horton Hears a Who taught us

- If they don’t like you for who you are, then move on to someone who does

- It is just as important to enjoy the process as the accomplishments

- It is hard to be happy with a wet diaper

- Teething is a real bummer

-" It’s okay, don’t worry about it"

- Smile and wave to everyone … it makes them and you feel better

- Greet people like you are excited to see them … even if they only momentarily left the room

- Sleeping is a good thing when you are tired

- If you get worn out, just put your head down and rest

- Rubbing your tummy is useful to letting Mommy and Daddy know I am hungry, and if that doesn’t work screaming usually does

- Most important – kids just need love and you can’t spoil them with too much love


1 comment:

The Hapa Girl said...

You're just need love! Love to read father's post on blogs!