Learning begins the moment a child is born. They learn to cry when they're hungry, need to be changed, need a hug and want your attention. As parents, we listen to their cries and do the best we can to provide for them. As they grow, we continue to do the same, hear their cries, listen to their concerns, embrace their worries and see their actions and watch who they are becoming. As parents it's up to us to provide life skills, to provide tools to cope, to provide a foundation that their voices will be heard, and it all begins at home. While the world unfolds in chaos before us, we still need to provide for our children, and as a parent, this will never change. In my opinion of course. There are some who feel when a child turns eighteen they are on their own. Either way, it is up to us, the adult to provide a firm foundation for a child to establish strong civic values. And again, it all begins at home. You can learn more about Respectful Rabbit here.
Shelby Hill of Roy Utah actually used Respectful Rabbit as her platform. Respect comes in all areas of life, and it begins in your home and is carried on into the community and into your child's adult life. Here she wears her crown as she won the title of Miss Roy Utah. Today, she's a mom and wife.
The world is full of people. All shapes, all sizes, all colors, all ages, all different nationalities. Each person deserves to be respected. Yes, respect is earned. Let's teach our children to be respectful of who they are and to be respectful of others. Here are some tips from Respectful Rabbit:
1. Be respectful of yourself
2. Be respectful of others
3. Be respectful of your sisters and brothers
4. Be respectful to the earth
5. Be respectful in your home
6. Be respectful to your parents and follow the rules
7. Be respectful in your community and follow the rules
8. Be respectful in the classroom and follow the rules
9. Be respectful when visiting family and friends
10. Know the rules, listening is a good place to start
Married with children since 1981. Love working with children and sharing the Characters of Character.