I'm going to start eating spaghetti with my hands, because it looks like so much more fun.
Like there's nothing that can be more fun at that very moment than pretending that the spaghetti are snakes.
There's so much to learn from kids, like how they take advantage of every little moment, and how every second is new for them, they never seem too have a boring moment, or moments when everything sees to repeat itself.
They to some extend don't care if what they do is not considered "normal" and we laugh it of as saying they're just kids. But then when they grow up we know that they're going to think about how other people see them and judge them. How do we turn them in to these persons? Is it because we tell our kids that they shouldn't behave a certain way, or do they just take after us? How can we make them be safe in themselves. Would a good way be, letting them decide by themselves for example the way they dress and act, knowing that it does not make us a bad parent if our kid goes to school with mix matched socks on or with a frown on his or her face. There's a lot of parents trying to make their kids into miniature models of them selves,