Earlier this week I was sharing with my team how becoming a mom really changed my outlook on life.  Gabe's birth instantly put things into perspective for me; now I live every day for him. One of my missions is to teach him the values that really make for a rich life and I believe that starts with gratitude.  With Thanksgiving right around the corner, there's no better time to reinforce this virtue--even with a two year old.   I recently came across an article on about how to raise thankful kids and I liked the tips they shared.


Here's a few to easy ways to incorporate giving thanks all year round: 


1.  We should teach our children about gratitude and why it matters.  Gratefulness keeps the blessings flowing, it's giving and receiving.

2.  Make thankfulness part of your family culture--it's not just what we do, it's who we are.  

3.  Practice thankfulness.  Be an example by thanking those who do you a service throughout the day.  Teach your kids to say "thank you" whether it's to a teacher, a friend or a neighbor.

4.  Count your blessings.  Take time to appreciate the things we tend to take for granted.


For the rest of the tips and to read the full article, go to



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