Moms, Its Time To Ask Your Kids Some Very Important Questions
With all this bad in the world, you ask yourself, didn’t these people have mommas growing up? Mothers always want the best for their babies, and will always try to instruct them in the right direction. However this silly world is provocative and it puts the young ones in difficult situations. How can you ready your kids at a young age to stand up to the world?
Well there really is no true answer to this because every baby is different. However, asking your kids some solid and easy questions will help you better understand their way of thinking.
1. What do you love doing that makes you feel happiest?
2. What five words do you think best describe you?
3. What do you know how to do that you can teach others?
4. What is the most wonderful/worst thing that ever happened to you?
5. What did you learn from the best/worst thing that’s happened to you?
6. Of all the things you are learning, what do you think will be the most useful when you are an adult?
7. If you could travel back in time three years and visit your younger self, what advice would you give yourself?
8. What are you most grateful for?
9. What do you think that person feels?
10. What do you think your life will be like in the future?
11. Which of your friends do you think I’d like the most? Why?
12. If you could grow up to be famous, what would you want to be famous for?
13. How would you change the world if you could?
14. How can you help someone today?
15. If you could make one rule that everyone in the world had to follow, what rule would you make? Why?
Remember, you are not going to interrogate your child, you want to ask questions that direct your kids to think about the future and plan for it. It will help your child to ponder on what he wants to be when he grows up and how he’d like the world to be like when he’s older. As your child ponders and responds to these questions, you will find out the type of character your child is moving toward and discover who influences your child as a role model.