Once upon a time, there was a little girl who was obsessed with unicorns. She wanted to wear unicorn clothes. She wanted to color unicorn pictures. She wanted to make up unicorn stories. She want to play unicorn games.
She wanted to BE a unicorn.
And through the magic of some leftover craft supplies and a parent’s obliging heart, she became one.
Sure it might look like nothing more than some felt, a headband, and some shoddy stitchery to you, but to her, it’s the embodiment of a dream come true.
Take advantage of those imaginative young minds now, parents. Find little ways to nurture that pure joy and delight.
It won’t always be so easy to make their dreams come true. But if you listen and dream right alongside them, you can make their dreams a reality right now.
“What you share with the world is what it keeps of you.” ~Noah and the Whale
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