What if you went 21 days in a row of staying open-hearted during your child's bedtime routine?
That means no snapping "hurry up!" or rolling your eyes when they are finally in bed and they ask you to bring them some water.
No chasing behind them with a wave of negative emotion trying to get them into their beds faster.
No saying no to extra hugs and kisses.
No shutting them down, shutting them up, flaring your nostrils, giving a heavy, put-upon sigh or otherwise closing your heart during the entire process.
Only connection. Love. Smiling. Gentleness. Laughter. Encouragement. Appreciation. And I did I mention love?
What do you think might happen if you kept your heart open for 21 days while putting your child to bed?
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