kids. Thursday , November 09th , 2017 - 00:02:43 AM
Enter baby. Once my son got old enough to discern between face value statements and sarcasm, my world got a little bit brighter. After years of having to dumb things down for him and explain phone calls that he overheard to adult friends, he is now executing sarcasm with a skill I can only dream he inherited. I am still in denial that he is old and clever enough to beat me at my own game. I still find myself replying to some of his statements as if he meant them to be taken at face value, only to be schooled that it was sarcasm. Its a tough pill to swallow after being the verbose pharmacist for so many years.
Of course, parents cannot forget the fun that sand brings to outdoor play. Sand pits make great garden toys and can be purchased separately or made to go underneath the jungle gym. Kids love the texture of soft, warm sand and have hours of fun building sandcastles and collecting sand in buckets.
Until then, the best thing you can do for yourself and your kids is to learn healthy alignment and practice it. You can model this for others, and maybe we can slow the rise in back pain being observed in children. Sure, its not great for young kids to carry heavy weights. But an equal problem is HOW they are carrying the weight.
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