We all have dreams… every one of us. As a parent, have you ever thought about the importance of your child’s dreams and what they might be saying? Start by remembering your own dreams and sharing them with your kids. They will naturally begin to share theirs with you.
Hearing that your 6 year old was chased by a blue witch who wanted to steal their homework might just give you a little insight into what’s going on in her waking day. Is she anxious or worried about something? Having a good Dream Dictionary on hand can be a big help as well. Let me know if you are already talking about dreams with your children. And if you are just starting, what have you learned?
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Suzanne Tucker, aka Zen Mommy
In addition to mommy-ing to two magical girls born in 2000 and 2003 and expecting twins in Jan of 2010, Suzanne co-owns a holistic health center with her husband Shawn in St. Louis, Missouri where she practices as a physical therapist, Certified Educator of Infant Massage and health education teacher. Certified in a number of healing and life education approaches, Suzanne offers ongoing tips on parenting and is the co-creator of the Yogi Parenting approach to positive parenting.