The fact that kids learn from parents is so apparent it smacks you in the face.
Kids start out as bundles of curiosity and parents are walking talking versions of Google. Kids learn. Parents teach.
What we don’t readily see, or wish to admit, is that parents can also learn from kids, and that shouldn’t sound strange. The adage “Never stop learning” applies to every person – including parents – and every relationship – including kids.
I’ve provided a sufficient number of lessons here (6) to establish the learning-in-reverse point. There could be more.
Before jumping into the lessons, there are three irrefutable facts that support the idea. [Read more…]