Valleybrink Road | Journal | A Whole New World: Learning Through Your Child’s Eyes | As Costa grew from a baby into a toddler, he started to explore the world and express himself every chance he had. Being by his side, I too, began to see the world from an entirely new perspective—the eyes of my child.

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Valleybrink Road
A Whole New World: Learning Through Your Child’s Eyes
05.07.2018

As Costa grew from a baby into a toddler, he started to explore the world and express himself every chance he had. Being by his side, I too, began to see the world from an entirely new perspective—the eyes of my child. As adults, we’re often juggling so many commitments through the week that we forget to admire the small, beautiful details that surround us in our daily lives. Toddlers, on the other hand, find the beauty in every detail—and make sure to tell you about it.

At 3-years-old, Costa constantly points out how beautiful the sky is, how big the moon is, or how delicious the orange tree smells. He brings attention to the beauty that is all around us that I’ve never even noticed before (despite living on our street for eight years). 

“Mama, are those bees going to go make me some honey? I love honey!”

“Mama, look! Those flowers are beautiful!”

 Rediscovering the simple beauties in the world around me with Costa is truly a blessing. Did you know that children are meant to explore the world through their senses? As parents, it’s our job to encourage it, whether that means squishing dough in the kitchen, smelling the perfume of a fragrant flower on a walk, or listening to the morning birds, this will help further develop both their fine and gross motor skills.

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