Small child with red rakes sitting by vegetable garden

I'm sharing my experience of starting a small vegetable garden with my children. It's not only an educational and fun activity, but also a great way to spend quality time together.

I've always believed that nature plays a vital role in our lives, especially for our children. In a world where everything is readily available at the store, it's easy for kids to lose touch with where their food comes from. That's why I decided to start a small vegetable garden in our backyard. It was a simple idea, but one that promised to be a great way to connect with my children and teach them valuable lessons about nature and responsibility.

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Children playing in the water on the lake shore

Raising happy children isn't about short-term gratification, but about nurturing skills for lifelong happiness. This text proposes ten ways to raise happy kids, including encouraging outdoor play, limiting screen time, promoting gratitude, setting reasonable expectations, teaching self-control, assigning chores, having family meals, avoiding overindulgence, exercising together, and helping others.

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Dwie małe dziewczynki siedzące razem w loży nad brzegiem stawu
Children need high-quality time with parents and caregivers. This quality time is what benefits children the most and can have a positive effect on them as they grow. It’s not about endless hours of time—it’s about how you choose to spend that time that truly matters. As parents and caregivers, we can make conscious choices to ensure the time spent with our children is high-quality. Here are nine tips for busy families.
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A father hugs his daughter on a park bench and they laugh together.
Quality family time is not about the number of hours we spend with our children. It's about the connection we make during those hours. It's about the laughter that fills the room as we play a board game together. It's about the warmth that floods our hearts as we share a meal together. It's about the peace that descends upon us as we sit together, reading a story or discussing their day at school.

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