Things Every Parent Should Know

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<ul><li> 1. Turn on your speakers CLICK TO ADVANCE SLIDES Tommy's Window Slideshow Copyright 2008 Tommy's Window. All Rights Reserved Things Every Parent Should (But shouldn't Have To Learn The Hard Way.) KNOW</li></ul> <p> 2. We worry about what a child will become tomorrow,yet we forget that he is someone today. --Stacia Tauscher You can learn many things from children.How much patience you have, for instance. Franklin P. Jones 3. Theres nothing that can help you understand your beliefs more than trying to explain themto an inquisitive child. Frank A. Clark Every child comeswith the messagethat God is not yetdiscouraged of man.Rabindranath Tagore 4. There are no seven wonders of the world in the eyes of a child.Walt Streightiff To bring up a child in the way that we should go, travel that way yourself. Josh Billings There are seven million. 5. Its not only children who grow.Parents do too.As much as we watch to see whatour children do with their lives,they are watching us to see whatwe do with ours. Joyce Maynard I cant tell my children to reach for the sun.All I can do is reach for it myself. 6. Dont worry that children never listen to you; worry they are always watching you. Robert Fulghum What a child doesnt receivehe can seldom later give.P.D. James 7. Children have more need of models than critics. Carolyn Coats If you have your children to improve,let them overhear the nice thingsyou say about them to others. Haim Ginott 8. T-I-M-E. John Crudele In bringing up children,spend on them half as much moneyand twice as much time. Author unknown Kids spell love 9. Whats done to children,they will do to society. Karl Menniger You have a lifetime to work,but children are only young once. Polish proverb. 10. The guys who fear becoming fathers dont understandthat fathering is not something perfect men do,but something that perfects the man.The end products of child raisingis not the child but the parent. Frank Pittman www.tommyswindow.comFor more PowerPoint shows, visit:</p>