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Elmo, Barney, Mickey Mouse – They got nothing on you. Elmo, Barney, Mickey Mouse – They got nothing on you. Whether you realize it or not, you’re narrating to your kid all day: Whether you realize it or not, you’re narrating to your kid all day: πŸ‘‰πŸ½”We’re going to brush teeth, change your diaper, put on jammies, read and then go night night.”Β  πŸ‘‰πŸ½”We’re going to brush teeth, change your diaper, put on jammies, read and then go night night.”Β  πŸ‘‰πŸ½”You’re unloading the dishes! You’re handing me a spoon that’s nice and clean now. Mommy’s putting it away with the other utensils.”Β  πŸ‘‰πŸ½”You’re unloading the dishes! You’re handing me a spoon that’s nice and clean now. Mommy’s putting it away with the other utensils.”Β  πŸ‘‰πŸ½”Baby, do you hear that sound? That’s a train! That up there are the twinkling stars. Did you know stars still shine bright and we can see their light even after they’ve died? And they’re millions and millions of miles away and we still get to see them twinkle.” πŸ‘‰πŸ½”Baby, do you hear that sound? That’s a train! That up there are the twinkling stars. Did you know stars still shine bright and we can see their light even after they’ve died? And they’re millions and millions of miles away and we still get to see them twinkle.” πŸ‘‰πŸ½”Get off your phone. Go outside. Get some fresh air. You’re always on your phone or playing video games. When I was a kid, I never did any of those things.” πŸ‘‰πŸ½”Get off your phone. Go outside. Get some fresh air. You’re always on your phone or playing video games. When I was a kid, I never did any of those things.” All. Day. Every. Day. Some days I don’t really feel like narrating when I’m stressed or have work on my mind. Those days, I just want to just stay in my head.Β  All. Day. Every. Day. Some days I don’t really feel like narrating when I’m stressed or have work on my mind. Those days, I just want to just stay in my head.Β  But you do it anyway, right? How you narrate is going to depend a lot on you and where you are in that moment. For me, it’s almost like a mediation. It gets me out of my head and into the present and these seemingly “mundane, everyday, boring” activities that I take for granted become these incredibly, important, special moments that are the building blocks. Granted, I’m in the toddler and newborn phase. It’s going to change as they learn to speak. But I gotta say, I love talking to kids. I can’t wait to hear the things that come out of my kids’ mouths. (Someone send this to me in 5 years when they’re actually talking πŸ˜‚ ). I love talking to other people’s kids too. And this was before I even had my own. They just make sense to me, with their directness and that matter-of-fact innocence that is equal parts hilarious, nonsensical and honestly, kind of profound. But you do it anyway, right? How you narrate is going to depend a lot on you and where you are in that moment. For me, it’s almost like a mediation. It gets me out of my head and into the present and these seemingly “mundane, everyday, boring” activities that I take for granted become these incredibly, important, special moments that are the building blocks. Granted, I’m in the toddler and newborn phase. It’s going to change as they learn to speak. But I gotta say, I love talking to kids. I can’t wait to hear the things that come out of my kids’ mouths. (Someone send this to me in 5 years when they’re actually talking πŸ˜‚ ). I love talking to other people’s kids too. And this was before I even had my own. They just make sense to me, with their directness and that matter-of-fact innocence that is equal parts hilarious, nonsensical and honestly, kind of profound. They’re gonna love Elmo, Barney, Dr. Seuss, A.R. Milne, Shel Silverstein, Betty Macdonald, Roald Dahl, Judy Blume, Disney, Princesses, Robots, Trains, Blippi, The Wiggles, Peppa Pig & gazillions of other Storytellers out there. They’ll play a significant role depending on the kid and who they love. They’re gonna love Elmo, Barney, Dr. Seuss, A.R. Milne, Shel Silverstein, Betty Macdonald, Roald Dahl, Judy Blume, Disney, Princesses, Robots, Trains, Blippi, The Wiggles, Peppa Pig & gazillions of other Storytellers out there. They’ll play a significant role depending on the kid and who they love. But you? You will always be the most influential, the most powerful storyteller in their life. Even when you don’t realize you’re telling a Story. But you? You will always be the most influential, the most powerful storyteller in their life. Even when you don’t realize you’re telling a Story.

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