I love learning about my kids’ development and how they’re growing up.
I know that if I was doing my job as a teacher, I would be teaching them about the importance of healthy behaviors, including healthy eating and safe living.
But when my students were still in preschool, my job became much more complicated.
It was a time when I could teach them about healthy behaviors and I had to explain to them what healthy eating is, and what it means to have healthy behaviors.
I needed to do all that in a time where there was no easy way to show them what to do.
In a way, my kids weren’t ready for that.
But the work I did as a parent also changed my relationship with the classroom.
Now, I love teaching them and I can’t imagine how they would have developed without it.
As a teacher who has a family that’s constantly growing, I was lucky to have a supportive and supportive family.
I was also fortunate to have mentors who encouraged me to make the transition to a different kind of education.
I learned that parents and children are capable of great things together, and my experience in teaching is one of that.