French proud Mum and wife, restless explorer and doer freshly landed in Hanoi. One Attila in each arm, I am exploring the “kids friendly” corners of the region, while trying to keep some room for Me.
“Every father should remember that his son will follow his example, not his advices“.
It’s a candid shot. Nothing posed, nothing framed. But it tells all the love my son has for his Dad. All his admiration, all his respect. Bless this time when anything his does or say is gold. A chance to remember that we are leading by example. “Monkeys see, monkeys do“, especially the little ones.
This picture always remind me to be more mindful, and watch my words and my actions. We can’t ask a kid not to yell if we do. If we shout, they will believe that shouting equals strength and authority. If we keep calm, they will consider calmness as a power. Easier said than done but definitely work in progress …
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