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Little Things That Mean a Lot to Kids





  • Wear that macaroni necklace to work. Well, at least until you’re safely out the door.

  • Go for a walk with just one child.

  • Slip a note (and an occasional piece of chocolate) into her lunch box

  • Tape a family mantra or slogan (Unstoppable! We can, we will! We’ve got this!) to your refrigerator door and invoke it whenever your child feels discouraged.


  • Go for a walk with just one child.

  • Slip a note (and an occasional piece of chocolate) into her lunch box.

  • Build your own Minecraft world alongside his. 

  • Stay up late to see the full moon. There’s one on October 27.

  • Print their childhood photos so they have something physical to look at one day.

  • Don’t be in a hurry to tell your kid to let it go. He needs to vent too.

  • Cook heart-shaped pancakes for breakfast.

  • Crank up the music in the middle of homework and have a dance party.

  • Make a secret family handshake.

  • Hang a whiteboard in her room to leave messages for each other.

  • Start a pillow fight.

  • Share your old diaries, photos, and letters from when you were her age.

  • Thank your child when he does a chore on his own—even if it’s just hanging up a wet towel without prompting or refilling the empty water pitcher.
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