Slow Parenting moves to the Motherlode
Lisa Belkin has her finger on the pulse of contemporary motherhood like no other. She blogged about her chat with Carl Honoré about slow parenting and what it means for parents today. I love his message. It harmonizes with mine.
Go at your own pace (remember Eric Yaverbaum? His slow might be your fast). You need not be a total turtle (although they are adorable and remind us all that they get work done, too), but remember what happened to the hare in that children’s fable?
Yes, slow is good. Add a dash of it to your relationships today and see what happens!