Making Space for Daily Reflection (Formation for Kids)

Help Kids Reflect on Their Days


Today’s #write31days post is over at Play Eat Grow (my “other” baby that I share with two other awesome mommas!). Here’s a little excerpt….


This week I’ve been reminded again and again of the need to slow down.

The other day I was taking a walk by myself, and I was finally quiet enough and undistracted enough to hear God prompt me to do something very specific. It had been a while since I had experienced God’s nudging so profoundly. I knew without a doubt that it was what I was supposed to do.

This experience got me thinking about the need to carve out more time for quiet and slowness. I also wondered if there was some way I could help my kids create these habits in their life too.

Because if there’s anything I want for them, it’s that they would know how to recognize God working in their lives. 


Head on over to Play Eat Grow to hear more about what we’re doing to help carve out some time and space for our kids to begin the practice of reflection.


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