365 Ways To Love Your Child

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Growing up in a financially strapped, South Georgia farming family, Julie Lavender learned to appreciate small yet meaningful affirmations of love when her parents found ways to visibly demonstrate their feelings. Later, when she had her own children, Julie delighted in finding creative ways to express her love for them, as well as for the children whose lives she touched through teaching school and volunteering in the children’s ministry at her church.

In 365 Ways to Love Your Child, Julie encourages moms, dads, and anyone who works with children to show kids every day with simple but meaningful gestures and activities how very much they are loved. Join Julie in expressing tangible acts of love to show your kids they are valued by their parents and, most especially, by God.

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Check out Julie Lavender‘s Youtube Channel for some fun ways to love your child! Here is one example down below. 🙂

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My name is Elizabeth. I'm a single mom raising my 2 daughters Althea and Cordelia in Kansas

One thought on “365 Ways To Love Your Child

  1. I love this post. I try to connect with my kids at least once a day. They are teenagers so that’s a little different from when they were small and I was their whole world. We cook/bake together and work on life skills like laundry, cleaning, and other things. I also enjoy it when they come looking to talk to me about things going on with them, whether big or small, good or bad. It’s not just a learning experience for them but for me too!

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