Remember how I spoke about how our relationship with our parents shapes our future? Well, that happens because we hold onto all those memories of childhood and when we have to make decisions, we often revert to the feelings we remember having when similar situations happened in the past.
How can we be more intentional about doing things together that will strengthen relational bonds and family ties in the future?
I’m on a mission to help my children to be able to look back on their own childhood and recall all the special moments we had together.
We all are familiar with expectations. Expectations laid on us once to succeed in life. And without noticing we transfer all these expectations on our children. But do high expectations help our children to succeed in life?
Austeja Landsbergiene, Ph.D., CEO and founder of a private chain of pre-schools in Latvia and Lithuania is an educator and visionary who thinks that the most important thing that parents have to give their children is unconditional love and childhood memories filled with parent kindness.
Austeja is confident that by creating memories, not expectations kids can flourish in their lives. Austeja Landsbergiene has been awarded by the President of Lithuania and the King of Sweden a Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award for the enhancement of Lithuania’s education system through implementing new concept of teaching and for being an inspiring role-model, showing of how passion and knowledge can be turned into a successful business.
And Dad University’s Jason Shreibman reminds us that time is one of the most important things we have. Your children aren't going to remember the things you bought them. They will remember the time you spent with them. Time is one of the most important things we have. In this video, Jason reviews 7 ways you can create memories with your kids.
You can stop buying gifts. Instead creating memories is more important as they will stay with the child forever.
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Dream Cast Kids Journal.
We have included writing prompt to help reinforce the concepts such as empathy and kindness, gratitude and more in both the Dream Cast Journal and Dream Cast Conversation Starter Cards tying the learning experience together perfectly.