Namine explained to me her thoughts on honesty as it pertains to other people’s feelings.
Namine and I are reading a book in school called “Homesick: My Own Story.” It’s about a girl named Jean who lives with her parents in China. Jean had a baby brother, who was born six weeks early and passed away a few days after he was born.
I firmly believe that part of learning is learning to deal with what makes you uncomfortable.
Namine explains her viewpoint on a doctor’s responsibility.
Parents are not perfect. We make mistakes. It’s important to own up to those mistakes in front of our children.
I came across this image the other day, and it prompted some writing.
As a voracious reader, it was only a matter of time before Namine encountered a cliffhanger.
A child’s insight sees much. Tonight, Namine taught me an important lesson.
At one point or another, we all realize our heroes are not what we once thought.
Namine has been reading about giraffes for a book report.