Kids are irresistibly amazing (even if they throw terrible tantrums at times) and we cannot argue with that. The joy that they bring is a gift that strengthens us to better our best and to stay positive at all times.
They’re sweet. Think of countless hugs and kisses that you get from your kids on a daily basis not to forget the extra sweet “I love you, Mom” message.
They’re funny. They laugh at silly things and their laughter is contagious.
They ask tough questions. “How do you make babies, Mom?” is a curious question that’s not that easy to answer.
They play (a lot). Give them their favorite blanket and they can turn it into a superhero cape or a roof of a house.
They make friends fast. Take them to a playhouse and they’ll have instant friends.
They don’t hold grudges. Don’t feel worried when you discipline your kids. It’s normal for them to cry but they don’t harbor ill feelings.
They easily get excited. When you tell your kid you’ll take him to Disneyland, you’ll get a big smile and an excited scream.
They admit when they’re scared. They’re candid. Whether they’re mad, sad or scared, they’ll tell you up front their emotions.
They trust. They easily trust whatever you say. As such, don’t break your promises.
They are real-life superheroes. When they see you cry, they will give you the warmest hug and assurance that everything’s gonna be alright.