By the time hubby arrived it was dark, cold and really too late to go anywhere.
There was a multitude of words from hubby to our son, but none that said:”I’m sorry”.
As kids often do, by bedtime, that he had not gone to the park as promised had been forgotten.
I have a problem with what happened though.
I don’t want their relationship to be one of empty promises and no apologies, due to the lack of ability to fulfill what you as a parent had agreed with your child. As a parent, I don’t think we should be ok with because they are still so young to understand, as a parent it then makes it OK to disappoint them and not apologize for it. Happy with the notion that “they will get over it”. Continue reading “Why we should say “Sorry” to our toddlers”