Parenting is the most difficult and important job one can undertake. While the process of being a parent cannot be described as easy, the formula for success can be quite simple: put in the work when children are little and reap the rewards as they become teens and young adults.
Farrah Walters relies on fictional siblings, Emma and Ken, to impart words of wisdom as they reflect back on lessons from their younger days while facing tough decisions in their middle school years. Within valuable life lessons that involve their teachers, neighbors, friends, and some not-so-friendly classmates and peers, Emma and Ken learn about kindness, healthy habits, confidence, body boundaries, the importance of helping others, and the Golden Rule. Through the included anecdotes and poems, parents are guided to be proactive instead of reactive, to listen, and most of all, to unconditionally love their children, every day and no matter what.
Poetic Parenting is a delightful book of stories and poems that engages children and guides parents on the rewarding, challenging, and always changing journey of raising wonderful kids.