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Joy and Wonder From Children

By Slattenk
What joy or wonder have your children brought you? Have you noticed moments or things because of them that you otherwise would have missed?
One of my favorite pictures of my son when he was young is where he has stopped to look at a slug. He’s totally engrossed in watching this slimy creature … something I would certainly have missed had I not been walking with him! His joy in watching the slug caused me to slow down and also enjoy that moment.
Now that he is a teen, he often shares his joy for music with me. He has introduced me to wonderful music that I would not have heard if not for him. What joy do your children bring you?
Joy and Wonder From Children

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