Do your kids know about kindness and respect? How did they act at the Thanksgiving dinner table?
|beautiful table, wonderful kids??|
If your children sat at the table for the entire dinner, interacted politely with those around them, remembered to say Please and Thank You, and Smiled - Congratulations! You must have been doing something right for years!! If that did not look like your table – All of these things can be taught with you as the model. Practice now for a new look for the holiday tables:
|with Gramma and Grandad Gallimore workin’ on manners|
2. Kids need to practice talking to adults, being kind and respectful. Being able to talk to you on a daily basis shows how they will interact with others. Be kind in the family also since you are always being a role model, good or not so much…
|Practicing manners with Gramma and Grampa Finkbeiner starts early!!|
4. Smiling can be taught!!! Try it…we told our kids that fake smiles were better than real frowns. Besides, your brain reads those smile muscles as happiness – it actually makes you feel better if you smile. HONEST!! Give it a shot!
|Torch Lake kids being happy!!|
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