Real questions to ask your kids instead of generic ones ๐Ÿ’œ

Questions to ask your kids after school to really connect instead of a generic โ€œHow was your day?โ€

What do you care about when it comes to your kids?

As a conscious parent I know that many of you donโ€™t agree with my parenting stay but I believe it provides the best opportunity for an authentic relationship.

Our children are the biggest gifts we could

Ever receive but they are not here to serve our needs. We are here to serve their needs. They are only on loan to us for a short time and then they will be off living their own lives.

Iโ€™ve learned so much from my kids, but itโ€™s only because I donโ€™t think I have all

The answers. I donโ€™t try to control or dominate them into acting the way I want to them be.

I take the time to mold their hearts and not just their fears. I believe the world

Needs more parents who are willing to adapt their parenting styles

To meet the needs of their children.

Kids are never one size fits all, that’s why we all have a different set of fingerprints. We unique for a reason, and God made us this way on purpose.

Conscious parenting does not mean they call all the shots, they always get their way, or that weโ€™re not good parents. Conscious parenting

Means we get out of our heads and into our hearts and we learn how to read what our children need during each moment of their lives.

Iโ€™ve been a mother longer then I havenโ€™t been. Iโ€™ve tried all sorts of different things with my kids over the years, but this is the best option.

Update your blueprints when it comes to parenting๐Ÿ’œ

Show up and be vulnerable with your kids ๐Ÿ’œ

They know you better then you know yourself ๐Ÿ’œ

And they can see through our fears and manipulation ๐Ÿ’œ

If you want more help with conscious parenting check out the Conscious Parent by Dr. Shefali. She also has a Facebook page and lots of other resources to help you get started.

I believe the world needs more conscious people and less fearful ones

๐Ÿ’œ Tay Tay

#consciousparenting

#taytayinspires


6 thoughts on “Real questions to ask your kids instead of generic ones ๐Ÿ’œ

  1. Hi Tay Tay. I love that list of questions at the top of your page. What a great challenge; I far to easily default to asking “How was your day/what did you do today?”.

    I’ve never come across ‘conscious parenting’ before. Would you be kind enough to summarise it for me in a couple of sentences? Thanks in advance.

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    1. Of course Liam ๐Ÿ’œ conscious parenting in a nutshell means being available to meet your child
      Needs instead of living out your fears
      Meeting them where they are
      Being awake instead of asleep
      No more auto pilot practice the pause

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