I’ve been on a quest lately to deepen my understanding of what it’s like to have a good day.
We all know about Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day but what about the Amazing, Excellent, Superb, Splendid, Very Good Day?
So I went to two experts: grandson Owen, age 3, and granddaughter Julia, just turned 2.
Here are some of the things I learned.
Start with exercise:
Reading is fun and even answers our questions A Good Day Board Book:
Help each other make things:
Transform all boo-boos into something else. Maybe even something better.
Very Good Day!
After playing, learning, helping, exercising, and napping, it’s time to PLAY and SING! And CELEBRATE. Watch Julia’s face as she realizes that the song is for her. And Owen’s vicarious joy as he sings for his sister:
What have YOU learned from a child about how to have a good day?