The everyday confrontations we have with our siblings help us in real life. Lyon wrote, “...these conflicts can be a headache for parents, they can help kids make developmental strides in a "safe relationship" and provide good training for interacting with peers...” I do not have older siblings to look up to but, every problem I have in real life, I always think of what my older cousins would do in the situation. In the same way my sisters think of what I would do if I was in their place. Baer says the same thing, “if you think of a family as a tiny society, it makes sense that we would first learn to socialize through relationships with sisters and brothers.”
Not the case for me, the order for me is family, religion, school, sports, and then friends. My family is my life my parents support everything I do from my sports, to my schoolwork, they put food on the table, clothes on my back, and a roof over my head. I can always count on them to be there to help me through anything going on in my life and I am happy to call them my parents. Then there's my brothers younger and older, thats right im stuck in the middle but I don't mind.
I was always told by my parents to live life, and enjoy every moment I got. Like every other kid, I am a reflection of my parents values. Through various means, my parents taught me to be mature, optimistic, and cooperative. As an older sister, I was granted many responsibilities from a young age.
My mom usually makes a feast at home and cooks my favorite Indian dishes. My parents, my sister and I find some type of entertainment to get our family to spend time together. I text my friends who are in different states and I spend some time with them on Facetime too. I am grateful for three main reasons. I am grateful for god because he gave me this privileged life by giving me shelter in a good area, food, siblings, parents, relatives, and a good school to study in.
Sometimes people need more than just food to fix things. Often they need relationships and attention. Hospitality possesses the power to change and assist people in a desperate time.. In conclusion, the trait of hospitality demonstrates kindness, generosity, and love to all who receive it.
I believe that every family has their own roots, essence, uniqueness, beliefs and thoughts, some families have both parents, some just the mother, just the father, two mothers or two fathers, they might have an only child or two, or maybe 5 or even 10, therefore, those children start learning all these things from their family and surroundings, they ask questions, they imitate each other’s actions and are constantly learning and trying to catch as much information and experiences as possible. Children are growing fast, their parents are their role models, they learn mostly from them; parents have the tremendous job of forming good citizens that provide to society, healthy and happy beings that keep growing as humans in every stage of their
I feel like Pony Boy should stay with his two brothers. I feel this way because he will be with his family. He will also be with his friends, and have better protection. If he stays with his two brothers he will also be at the school he has been going to his whole life.
When he is upset, he will feel better if his educator gives him a big cuddle and sits with him for a while. He builds a sense of belonging and establishing relationships with other children, evidenced by his attendance at group times, music times, meal times. He shows interest in other children and being part of the group by observing them and copying what they do, for example, he is learning to wipe his hands before meals as he sees all his friends doing it. He interacts with his friends as well as sit along side his friends in a small group enjoying plastic blocks together. He feels relexed and comfortable exploring the environment in the room.
An aspect of my upbringing that I value the most is being able to spend time with my family immediate and extended. Growing up I was always around family and I was able to notice the importance of family and how meaningful it was to have that family support on my life. I have been able to go to my family with difficult things I was going through as well as when I just wanted to just have a good time. While growing up I have been able to utilize that family support and I truly cherished my family throughout my life. I do believe that being involved in structured activities like Garrett Tallinger is beneficial.
My mom spoke about taking the opportunity to sponsor a child as a family. After just a tiny bit of consideration, we decided to do it. The little boy’s name is Moise, and we still sponsor him to this day. We receive a picture of him in the mail, along with the occasional letter, handwritten by Moise himself.