I'm a mom of two, and I initially created this journal to use with my daughters. I wanted to make sure that every single day, there would be at least one time that all of my attention was on them. When all of the distractions and the busyness of the day faded away.
What I ended up getting from this journal was so much more.
I learned about what my daughter needed more of from our family.
It opened up important conversations that are sometimes difficult to initiate.
It has helped my daughters to become more confident and aware of their world.
Find out more about your child's likes and dislikes.
I hear it everyday from the female students that I teach. Girls that say that they are "ugly" and "stupid" and have no confidence in their academic abilities. Help your child to develop positive self esteem with these questions.
These questions will help your daughter reflect upon times when she worked really hard toward something, and was successful because of it.
Help your daughter think outside the box with these questions.
Help your daughter to discover ways to be kind and empathetic.
Hearing your daughter's responses to these questions can help you to see what your daughter needs from you as a parent.