Two Ways To Think About Grateful Parenting
Grateful Parenting invokes two complementary ideas. On the one hand, it suggests being a parent who practices gratefulness, who lives gratefully, including being grateful to parent, to lovingly care for a child. Such a parent would then, hopefully, role model gratefulness and infuse the home with grateful practices. On the other hand, grateful parenting also suggests being grateful for one’s particular child, being aware and appreciative of the gifts and qualities that child has. It suggests respecting one . . .