February girl knows more than she says thinks more than she speaks shirt, unisex long sleeve
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
- Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
Category: Birthday's shirt
The branch broke. Simple. The mom who shouted “don’t fall” may have done it with as much reassurance in her voice as the dad. It’s a bad illustration of positive thinking. February girl knows more than she says thinks more than she speaks Our minds r very powerful, be cautious how u speak to children or adults. One was frightened and fell the other one held on tight because he was told to hold on tight. See the difference between the warnings of parents.
February girl knows more than she says thinks more than she speaks tee
It doesn’t matter how positive or negative we are, things will happen the way it meant to. Our destiny is already written. Liam was destine to fall on the day and I’m sure Ethan will fall an other day. We can be positive all we like but it doesn’t mean we can change our destiny! February girl knows more than she says thinks more than she speaks Every time I play lotto I think positive and haven’t won much in 30 years! So it’s not my thinking doing it! Tell your kids to do their best and if it didn’t work at least they tried. Thinking positive can bring you down if things didn’t work out.
what a super story to make all believe about the positivity in every thought. Of course the two boys, Shan n Liam are found claiming and swinging on the branch of the same tree. See the reactions of the two boys. How positive shan when he heard the words of his father, to cling tightly the branch against the gust of wind, where as Liam was scared to hear his mother’s yell about his fall. What happened shows only the positive words alone may bring positive result and not the negatively spoken words.
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I have known parents who are so afraid that their child will get hurt that they don’t teach their child how to have the confidence to stop & think of a way to reverse how they got into a dangerous position. may have been heavier or just a klutzy kid and since you need to climb on the lower branches to get to the upper branch it may have been weaken over subsequent climbs. Better advice would be to hold onto the trunk. But luckily if you catch a kid on the second bounce it doesn’t count, at least that’s how works for babies I think
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