The wonder of children

O'Mara, Peggy
January 1997
Mothering;Jan-Mar97, Issue 82, p4
Extols the qualities of children that make the author appreciate life even more. Children's physical nature and enthusiasm for the outdoors; Unpredictability and uncontrollability; Willingness to take risks; Limitless creative energies and inspirations; Babies as symbols of the renewal and rebirth of life; Author' gratefulness for the friendship and companionship of her children.


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