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This Little Artist

There really is nothing like being a mother.

As a mother, I’m not perfect. I make mistakes. I forget things I lose my cool. And some days, I go a little crazy. But I guess it’s okay because, in the end, no one could ever love my son the way I do.

LaunchPad

Anyway, my son, like just about every other preschooler, Loves LEGOS. They dominate his room and the rest of the house really. Have you ever stepped on one of those in bare feet? It hurts really bad!

LEGO’s Siren Head

Well, every time we walk into the store. It’s the same thing. My little innovator with powerful imaginations. Can I buy a LEGO set? To increase his inventions, I always pay attention to his interests and make these materials and activities available to him. This provided a great opportunity for us to bond and have fun.

Look at me, Mommy! Watch!

There were imaging an adventure with all the brilliant things only a child’s mind can conjure.

I totally avoided the act of overparenting that dampens or even wipes out that innate ability. Loving him so much makes me want to learn more, and do more for him.

Love You Jaana!

12 thoughts on “This Little Artist”

  1. a lovely post; we have in Australia a show called ‘Lego Masters’ ; it has wide appeal ; your son would love it: I’m not sure if it’s online of if there is a version in your country ; but thanks for your kind comments on my poem πŸ™‚

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