November 25, 2009 at 7:15 pm 1 comment

Hi I’m Murry and today’s word on the street is TRUST, LOL for those of you with small kiddies you will get this, for the rest of you it is a Sesame St thing.

Christie over at Childhood 101 is encouraging us to blog along together each week. We can link to each other’s blogs, firstly to share information on a common topic and secondly to support the blogging community. Please drop by her blog and take a look, and if you have come over to mine from Christie’s I would love it if you could let me know.

We tend to play a bit rough at times in our house; nothing out of the ordinary I’m sure? From an early age my kiddies have been thrown about, dropped onto beds or beanbags, tossed in the air and dropped and caught in a mad countdown resembling a thrill ride at Dreamworld.

This is all in the name of fun. I must admit it was my husband who initiated the games with the kids and when I started to let go of the control freak from within, I too joined in. The kids whole-heartedly trusted my husband and I should too; it’s just hard when they were only a few months old. They also trust me to catch them or to not throw them on the floor.

I am hopeful that their trust in my physical abilities will extend to them trusting me in all avenues of life. To trust that I will be there for them when they need me. To trust that for the most part I probably will know best. To trust me when down the track I tell them that someone is not a suitable person to be associating with. And eventually I hope they have trust in their own judgement.

What does trust mean to you and your kids?


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  • 1. Christie - Childhood 101  |  November 25, 2009 at 10:22 pm

    Thanks for joining in, Nicole. You are so right, trust in their own judgement when they are grown is so important.


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Nicole Carr

Rizoleey = Riley + Zoe
I loved writing a diary for both of my children during their first year, I also made them a wonderful scrapbook of photos. Since my son turned 1 I needed a new avenue to express my creativity - Blogging combines my love of scrapbooking, kids activities, photography and writing.
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