“Mom, did you hear the TV?”
“No,” I responded.
“There’s going to be a bad storm this afternoon.”
My son has always struggled with thunderstorms. And knowing one was looming on the horizon only compounded his fear.
“Let’s pray about it,” I told him.
Our Children and Emotions
Even from an early age, there’s never a doubt that our children are emotional beings. They cry, laugh, pout, squeal, kick and scream, sometimes all in the space of an hour. As parents, we spend much of their early years teaching them not to drop to the floor and wail at the top of their lungs — especially at the store. While we often teach our children what not to do when they are angry or disappointed or upset, sometimes we don’t teach them what to do instead...To read the rest of this post, visit Kirk Cameron's website, my writing home today.