Writing a letter to your child...
by Baigalmaa staff
Writing a letter to your child...
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We say to our children what we want to say, in any situation, at any time, in any way, whenever we want, and we show them the power of love in our hearts that makes us love every time we see them, and we want them to know it too. As long as the one who wants is not a secret, he always bids farewell to the childhood that does not exist to make him understand his love. Then there's a cute way to show your love, to be full of memories, and to hang out afterwards. That is, write a letter to your child.

We think that our children are too young to understand or read. But please grow up and read this letter. Not only will we understand the reason, but it will be a message that will be passed on to our descendants. It is said that a mother wrote letters to her son from the time he was born, until he grew up and became a father himself. For the boy, it is clear to everyone that this letter, which contains almost the entire story of his growing up, mutual understanding, conflict, shared joy, love, and memorable events, is the greatest gift that cannot be replaced by anything and is priceless. How helpful is it to him? Think about it. Also, when you are happy and proud, or when you feel love, caress, or when you are angry, write a letter, and even when there is a misunderstanding or conflict, instead of solving it emotionally, if you put your thoughts in a letter and put it in your pocket, it will be a nice opportunity to solve the problem. If you don't have time or opportunity to write a letter, write a small message and put it in your pocket or bag. Your child will say, "My son/daughter, I was very happy with your grades yesterday, I love you," "My dear, you played well for your team." I'm proud of you", "You were right, I'm sorry", "I love you, good luck!" Imagine the times when you find and read messages like that. Your child will experience wonderful feelings. We say these words to our children. However, letters and messages have a completely different effect on children's minds, in particular, finding them and reading them becomes a small adventure for them, and it is an artistic way to encourage imagination, develop their knowledge, and motivate them.