How my daughter made me proud (again)

“I played with some kindy kids at recess and lunch today,” she casually told me after school recently. “It was their first day and some of them looked lonely so I thought I would ask my friends if we should go play with them.” And they did. I asked her why she did that and she said because she remembered what it was like walking around not knowing anyone, that she didn’t like feeling left out. “And maybe,” she continued, “if I do this for the kindy kids, they will do this for the new kindy kids next year and no one will ever have to feel left out.”

Read more of my article over at Essential Kids 

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