Is YES Really Best? with Keri Vasek

Both Keri and I know that saying yes isn’t always easy and sometimes is simply impossible. This podcast may help! #sayyes I always have a blast catching up with Keri Vasek. I think I need to purposely schedule to have her on the podcast so we will take time to chat on the phone. This week we decided to talk about the YES I always talk about in my talks, on this show, and pretty much any time I am with young moms.

 

 

Keri is a great example of how creating a home full of YES can change everything. As she shares on this episode, her home has become more creative, more discovery based, and more interesting since she decided to say yes to playing in the rain, digging for worms, and creative a mud pit in her backyard. Both Keri and I know that saying yes isn’t always easy and sometimes is simply impossible. This episode is not meant to lay on the guilt, it is to encourage you to give your children a chance at childhood, real childhood. I think we would all agree that we want our children to discover, experience, and have a sense of wonder about the world they live in. Children are born curious and full of ideas. Unfortunately, we adults often stifle those God given traits with our boundaries and our NO.

 

 

Find a way to say YES today. Start with one YES. Next, try TWO. Before you know it, you might have the nickname my kids gave me… the queen of YES. I will take that.

 

To follow my son, Joshua’s journey of fighting a rare Leukemia, check out his Caring Bridge site or FB group.

Have a great week!

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