Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Today I draw your attention to those remarkable parents who do not get in the way of their children's joy.

It is easy when listening to one's child perform to imagine what other people are thinking, rather than just listen to what the child is doing.

When the child feels free to share their joy that is exactly what they will do--even though the playing may contain slips and flaws. It is a special category that I have created: "Better than perfect."