I started this website to challenge myself to spend a few moments every day involving my children in an activity that would help us connect and build character. I have found that these moments give me an opportunity to talk to my kids about what is most important, while also helping me to live my best life as well. I am inviting you to join me in this endeavor!
Please Note: This challenge was officially finished 24 May 2014! To read about how it went, visit this post.
The Moments A Day Family Challenge
My family will spend a few moments every day engaging in a meaningful activity to help us all develop a quality of the heart.
Wondering what this might look like in action? To help you get started and give you some practical ideas which you can implement without any preparation, I have created a “guide” with tips and activities which you can download from this post.
Are you in?
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Thank you! I look forward to living life to the fullest, and challenging ourselves to be the best parents we can be, together.
Leanna “I would love practical ideas for teaching my son, but also tips on keeping my cool in challenging situations and remembering to focus on these practical ideas!”
Vanessa “I’m a stay at home mother of 2 little ones (ages 5 and 3) and found my own creative juices running out of new ideas to teach character and the alphabet and to have fun doing it! How lucky I was to run into your generous and lovely website. My lovely children will be rescued from the same crafts and crayons and alphabet letters–we’ll be on to something new and interesting and important every day. Thank you!”
Amber and family “I want to join the challenge. I speak with my 3 year old about this but it hard to illustrate it. Count me in, and me be a better Mama!”
Linda “We are up to the challenge! I would love my two girls (age 7 and 4.5) to learn about and practice gratitude, empathy, generousity, respect, and acceptance. Thanks for your help.”
Lynn “I want to find ways to teach my boys respect, love, and appropriate attitudes.”
Bridget “I would like to be part of the challenge so I can help my children to grow as thoughtful, kind, and genuine people.”
Wendy “Count me in for the challenge! I would like to spend time with my children encouraging appropriate attitudes and respect and helpfulness – tall order perhaps!”
Thanks to each one of you for taking a step forward towards growth for every member of your family! I look forward to learning together!