How Often Do You Read To Your Little Human(s)?

Reading early on helps develop your little one’s brain stimulating great curiosity and imagination. It also assist in the development of language, comprehension, social and communication skills. Not to mention it is a great way to bond with your little one!

Bonding creates intimacy, intimacy encourages positive growth and development. We are here as a guide for our little ones, seize the opportunity to teach them all the things we did not know. And by teach, I mean lead. The best teachers are the ones who lead by example.

I once saw a movie called the The Ultimate Gift. In the movie it discusses 12 gifts that are vital to our success and well-being. The gifts are as followed:

  • The gift of work
  • The gift of money
  • The gift of friends
  • The gift of learning
  • The gift of problems
  • The gift of family
  • The gift of laughter
  • The gift of dreams
  • The gift of giving
  • The gift of gratitude
  • The gift of a day
  • The gift of love

Guiding your little one with this awareness will indoctrinate appreciation for the things we take for granted daily. No longer would we be creating a cycle of greed but one of love, understanding, kindness and gratitude. Attack the mind with positive principles while they are young. Plant the seed and that flower shall make you very proud! I’ve been reading to my little one since she was a seedling in the womb and by the age of 18 months she was starting to read on her own. I speak to her like a human of equal therefore her level of comprehension is beyond impressive. All these small seeds were planted while she was in the womb and I am astonished by the results. Break the cycle, you can do it!

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