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πŸ“Έ – Vtech Kidizoom

We woke up early this morning to take Izkai in for his adenotonsillectomy and to his surprise (and a bit of our annoyance that they were making noise too early) he saw his toy equipment in real life! There’s something about his reaction to excitement that I wish all adults still held on to. The eyes widening, smiling, jumping, yelling, happy feet. I stood there for a minute despite the rush to clear the street to admire the lack of care kids have in expressing themselves.

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Lessons from a preschooler:

1. Capture what excites you so, stop everything you’re doing and take a picture of it – that view may not be there tomorrow.

2. Believing is Seeing too even though we’ve only been taught that β€œseeing is believing”.

3. Praying that your child won’t be afraid to take shots may result in him being behind a lens πŸ“Έ not behind a ball βš½οΈπŸ˜‚πŸ™πŸ½.

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