Kelly at Generation Cedar wrote a post this week which made my heart sing. I so believe in what she wrote, about the importance of being there for our children. Being available. Quality time can never replace Quantity. The knowing that Mom (& Dad) are there, just in case. Whenever there is a need, big or small, physical or emotional or spiritual.
" He has a myriad of needs in a day–small to us, maybe, but gigantic to him. Bumps and bruises, potty issues, “problems” to solve, things to learn, expressions to find, and he is feeling around with every fiber of his being for the one, constant motion in his life that will walk beside him through these monumental stages."