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  • Being a Son/Daughter is the first gift we ever receive. We get the Gift of Life, and also become a beautiful gift unto our parents as well. Then, to be called Brother, was a whole different type of Love and emotion, with a sense of responsibility knowing this younger sibling would have me to look up to. From there, all of the ups and downs, and all the battles I’ve had to face throughout my life, led me to a different kind of Love. They gave me the strength and the wisdom I needed to be a better man, who would truly be able to love his wife to the fullest. Being called Husband was one of the ultimate joys this world had to offer. But this.... This Joy.... this will be unlike any other. A Love so strong and powerful, that I wouldn’t want to share it with anyone else but Mandy. A Love that I KNOW I’m ready for, because God knew I was ready for it. This will be the ultimate form of love, and there will be nothing in life that I’d rather be called more.... than Dad.
    .Thank You Jesus for this Precious Gift. I promise to love and protect this child and guide it in the direction that YOU want them to go. My child will ALWAYS keep You in the center of their life, and they will be a voice of truth in an ever so dying world. It’s time to build an army of believers, for the next generations to come. So as for me and my family... we will serve the Lord. Amen
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    #love #child #children #daddy #mommy #mom #dad #expecting #ultrasound #baby #joy #thankyou #thankful #jesus #god #christian #excited #exciting #pregnant #prego
  • Being a Son/Daughter is the first gift we ever receive.  We get the Gift of Life, and also become a beautiful gift unto our parents as well.  Then, to be called Brother, was a whole different type of Love and emotion, with a sense of responsibility knowing this younger sibling would have me to look up to.  From there, all of the ups and downs, and all the battles I’ve had to face throughout my life, led me to a different kind of Love.  They gave me the strength and the wisdom I needed to be a better man, who would truly be able to love his wife to the fullest.  Being called Husband was one of the ultimate joys this world had to offer.  But this.... This Joy.... this will be unlike any other.  A Love so strong and powerful, that I wouldn’t want to share it with anyone else but Mandy.  A Love that I KNOW I’m ready for, because God knew I was ready for it.  This will be the ultimate form of love, and there will be nothing in life that I’d rather be called more.... than Dad.
.Thank You Jesus for this Precious Gift.  I promise to love and protect this child and guide it in the direction that YOU want them to go. My child will ALWAYS keep You in the center of their life, and they will be a voice of truth in an ever so dying world. It’s time to build an army of believers, for the next generations to come.  So as for me and my family... we will serve the Lord. Amen
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#love #child #children #daddy #mommy #mom #dad #expecting #ultrasound #baby #joy #thankyou #thankful #jesus #god #christian #excited #exciting #pregnant #prego
  •  7  1 42 minutes ago
  • 🔹Studies have shown that some children with autism or other learning difficulties are better able to interact with pets than people.

    • 🔹Autistic children often rely on nonverbal cues to communicate, just as dogs do.


    🔹And learning to first connect with a dog may even help an autistic child in his or her interactions with people.





    #children #learning #learningdifficulties #dogs #therapydogs #communication #tuscaloosa
  • 🔹Studies have shown that some children with autism or other learning difficulties are better able to interact with pets than people.
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#children #learning #learningdifficulties #dogs #therapydogs #communication #tuscaloosa
  •  2  1 43 minutes ago
  • In today’s day and age, we have so many things to be wary of and sometimes we are left unsure on how to react especially around other people’s children. If it’s a friends child or a relative then sure you may not react so differently but what about strangers children or people you have just met?

    I was at a shopping centre playground and a boy a little younger than 18mths old slipped backwards off a slide and bumped his head on the way down and was caught awkwardly hanging from the equipment - instinct kicked in and I grabbed him to ensure he wouldn’t hit his head on the concrete floor. His mother came marching over, snatched him from me and stormed off. I was left uttering the details of what had happened but clearly just to myself as she was out of earshot by the time I had finished.
    I thought about how I would have reacted in that situation and concluded that I would have been grateful that my child was prevented from hitting their head on the floor. Ever since then, I am so wary about being around strangers children but a part of me feels that it shouldn’t be like that. As parents, we can’t be everywhere at once - especially if you have multiple children.
    After being again at a kids play centre, a child was crying because she couldn’t climb over the equipment like the other kids were and another parent and I were unsure what we should do. The other parent was a man and he asked me -‘should I just lift her over?’ 🤷🏻‍♀️ The mother came over shortly after and I spoke to her and explained, she said that she would have been fine with it but completely understood where I was coming from. We then got to talking about what it is like for men and how even her husband is uncomfortable around other people’s children for fear of what others might think, sometimes even with his own child.
    I mean, I get it, safety of our children is paramount but how unfair it is for parents that they can’t interact freely and intuitively with even their own child(ren) for fear of being ostracised?
    How do you or your partners react in these situations? I would love to hear some opinions from the fellas too.

    #savvysanestrongmumma #sane #politicalcorrectness #children #parents
  • In today’s day and age, we have so many things to be wary of and sometimes we are left unsure on how to react especially around other people’s children. If it’s a friends child or a relative then sure you may not react so differently but what about strangers children or people you have just met?

I was at a shopping centre playground and a boy a little younger than 18mths old slipped backwards off a slide and bumped his head on the way down and was caught awkwardly hanging from the equipment - instinct kicked in and I grabbed him to ensure he wouldn’t hit his head on the concrete floor. His mother came marching over, snatched him from me and stormed off. I was left uttering the details of what had happened but clearly just to myself as she was out of earshot by the time I had finished. 
I thought about how I would have reacted in that situation and concluded that I would have been grateful that my child was prevented from hitting their head on the floor. Ever since then, I am so wary about being around strangers children but a part of me feels that it shouldn’t be like that. As parents, we can’t be everywhere at once - especially if you have multiple children. 
After being again at a kids play centre, a child was crying because she couldn’t climb over the equipment like the other kids were and another parent and I were unsure what we should do. The other parent was a man and he asked me -‘should I just lift her over?’ 🤷🏻‍♀️ The mother came over shortly after and I spoke to her and explained, she said that she would have been fine with it but completely understood where I was coming from. We then got to talking about what it is like for men and how even her husband is uncomfortable around other people’s children for fear of what others might think, sometimes even with his own child. 
I mean, I get it, safety of our children is paramount but how unfair it is for parents that they can’t interact freely and intuitively with even their own child(ren) for fear of being ostracised? 
How do you or your partners react in these situations? I would love to hear some opinions from the fellas too.

#savvysanestrongmumma #sane #politicalcorrectness #children #parents
  •  1  1 44 minutes ago