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This post was originally published on March 29, 2009.
This week I haven't felt very deep.
I keep trying to think of
something insightful or reflective to write, but the inspiration hasn't
Instead I feel like laughing and playing - taking a
lesson from my little people.
And maybe that's a post in and of itself.
To my children, silliness comes naturally. When I'm in a
rush or feeling serious, this silliness irritates me.
But that's why I'm
so blessed to spend my time with little ones who can help this Mama
So follow your children's cues today.
do the funky chicken to loud music in the living room, and read aloud to
them in hysterical voices.
One day our homes will be quiet. Today
is not that day.
So let's enjoy it and be silly moms.
**What are some of your favorite ways to be silly with your kids?**
Jamie is founder of this little spot called Steady Mom, editor of the blog Simple Homeschool, mama to three cute kids born on three different continents, and author of Steady Days: A Journey Toward Intentional, Professional Motherhood.
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