Mark Hamilton – Playing With One’s Children

Read as Mark Hamilton talks about how playing with your children is critical to become a fulfilled parent.

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7 Responses to Mark Hamilton – Playing With One’s Children

  1. Karen Lorraine Venn says:

    Thank you Mark Hamilton for presenting playing as a part of what we all do with the next generation, teaching them the value of play; please keep up the grand work

  2. Rosa Lerblance says:

    We have 10 grand children and 1 great grand daughter. Half of the grand
    kids live close by so they are constantly around us. When they are here
    I cook their favorite meals and we barbecue on weekends. We have family
    night or play games together. Either way we’re making great memories for
    them to remember. Pictures are taken so it’s always a special time when
    they are here. Their birthdays are special as we have cake an ice cream and
    sing Happy Birthday. Thank You Mr. Hamilton as children are very important
    for our Neothink future.

  3. Russ Creamer says:

    Very special moments. Memories that last forever.

  4. Richard Crookshank says:

    Children know how to play, whenever you have the chance play with them and soak it in,instill it into your life, play every day your children will know who to talk to about anything, even when adults.

  5. Playing with one,s child is a very great achievement, not everyone knows the importance of it, those who work 12 to 15 hours a day, sometimes their children call them uncle, because they are alway out at the day time, let alone play with them,very bad situation. Playing with your children gives you connections that you even missed from your childhood, It feels wonderful and great.

  6. Gregory Klatt says:

    I didn’t get to play with my children as much as I would of liked to because as a Truck Driver in the 90’s I spent much of my time on the road, but when I was at home and did some playing it was enjoyed. Probably enjoyed more for them than me.

  7. Russ Creamer says:

    I can see this is very important. Parents and children needs playtime together. It builds growth together.

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