Acceptance. A word that is thrown around here and there and everywhere. But sometimes, the word can be used wisely.
Through our books, Pete the Popcorn and Casey and Callie Cupcake, we teach kids subtle lessons about acceptance.
Children should accept each other, as is. No matter the color, no matter the clothes, no matter the parents, no matter the house, no matter the hair, no matter their interests. Kids need to stop judging each other. And this lesson will only be learned when we practice it as adults.
More importantly, children should accept themselves. And that’s tough sometimes when you’re being judged.
End the judging. Increase acceptance.
But it starts with adults, leading by example. I’m starting today.
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