Here are some ideas for expanding your gratitude practice with your child as they grow:
1. Each family member can share three good things that happened that day.
2. Write a good experience down on a piece of paper and put it in the gratitude jar. Open the jar at the end of the year and reflect on the positives of the previous year.
3. Ask your child to think about someone they would like to thank and encourage them to write a letter or draw a picture expressing their gratitude.
4. Talk to your child about how grateful you are for having them in your life. Take a few moments to appreciate your special bond.
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Gratitude book that inspires meaningful conversations.
In this book, you will find gratitude prompts to share with your child. You may like to read the book straight through, or pause and talk about the gratitude prompts as you go.
However you choose to use this book, may it remind you of how abundant and magical this world is.
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A few weeks before our little girl came into our lives, I wanted to buy her first book. A fan of the five minute journal, I immediately liked the idea of sharing this habit of being grateful with her at a young age. I really like the story as well as the illustrations and especially the diversity of the characters represented (multicultural, handicap...). I am happy to share such nice messages with my daughter with the help of this book!
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Thank you, Alex and Mimi, for creating this lovely book. I grateful that I get to read it to my children every night and they love it and know it by heart now.
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