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Tuesday, December 4, 2007

We Take Care Of Our Children No Matter What Their Age

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We start out being a parent from the time we know the little one is conceived. Many parents think that at the age of eighteen, parenting is done. The truth is that we continually help our children no matter what age they are or where they live. Parenting is for life no matter if you are around all the time or not.

As children grow from birth, we teach them to talk, walk, eat, drink and socialize with other children. As they get older, we try to guide them in the right direction so they do not fail in life. However, some children take on an entirely new personality and ignore our words of wisdom. We remain the parent. We just wait for them to learn the hard way and we are there for them when they figure out that we were not to far off base.

Many children never learn, but the majority learns by out successes and failures. We try to create a better life for our children so they can lead a happy and healthy life. As a parent, we can stand by our children no matter what the circumstances and help guide them in making the right choices, but we cannot hold their hand. They grow into adults that need to take responsibility for their actions and themselves.

If we have done our job right, our children will grow and flourish while becoming self sufficient in this world. When they start their own families, they will look back on what we did and how we tried to guide them and think about why we did it. They will realize that we were trying to offer them guidance for a positive life. That is when we will feel our accomplishments.

When your child becomes a parent, they will have more respect for you and the words that you tried to convey to them. They are now starting the same journey and will have many things to think about now.

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  • At December 8, 2007 at 5:32 PM , Blogger GailTravel said...

    You are so right. I was talking about this with a friend this week. My boys are teens and one is in his 20s. I am slowly learning to lessen my grip on them and allow them to stumble and every now and then and even earn some bruises. I've taught them all that I know and its time to take the training wheels off now.

    I enjoyed your blog

  • At December 9, 2007 at 4:40 PM , Blogger Blondie - Pamela said...

    I am glad you enjoyed the article. I am off to visit your blog now.

    Thank you

  • At December 13, 2007 at 1:58 PM , Blogger Courtney - Web Writing said...

    What a great article! I think this is what I found so hard to deal with when we had my stepson living with us...the things he had been taught as a child were coming through..but they weren't good things!

  • At December 13, 2007 at 2:05 PM , Blogger Blondie - Pamela said...

    I had the same problem with a stepson who is now somewhere he wishes he wasn't for the fifth time and probably will be for life it looks like.

    If he only would have live in a structured enviroment all the time, it may have ended different.


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