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Join Kids In What Brings Them Delight

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When a child shows delight in something it is an opportunity to join them in that delight . And when we do, we communicate to them that their instincts and preferences are valuable and valid.

This is one of the most important components of developing self-esteem.

Play is an incredible context for learning and bonding.

We can get lost in the mission to guide our children towards adult ideas and behavior and forget that they are also guiding us to remember the glory of delighting in play.

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