- Camps and Youth Organizations
- Adult Leagues and Organizations
- Brand Managers and Sponsors
- Kids and Parents
You remember them in diapers. You recall their first words. You cherish the days when they were innocent, loving, and eager for your hugs. Maybe that’s why it’s so hard to remember that your children are now teenagers or (where did the time go?) actual adults.
Once a parent, always a parent. Yet, as your children grow and evolve, so must your relationship with them. You need to be supportive (but not intrusive), offer emotional support (without being overly involved), and hope they make wise choices (while still understanding that those choices are theirs to make.) Offering your love and support can help you build a more enduring relationship with them.
The tips below can help you bond with your kids even though they’re no longer kids:
For many of you, having children is the most amazing thing you’ve ever done. Children bring such joy and energy to your lives. They break your favorite lamp and smear peanut butter on your kitchen cabinets, and eventually grow into teenagers and become little strangers. Make the most of your relationship with your children. Someday they’ll be gone, and you’ll miss having those little peanut butter- smearers around.