7 Amazing Qualities Kids Should Keep Forever

I was sitting on the couch yesterday – one of the rare moments where I was able to just sit. I am usually doing four or five things at once – balancing the kids, work (I work from home) and taking care of the household – and so that moment to sit truly was rare.

I was watching my three kids playing in front of me. Each on their own doing their own thing. Big P was playing with his cars quietly mimicking the engines revving. Princess R was sitting quietly on the floor tracing the pages on a book with her finger. Babe E was putting a crown on her head and dressing up in high heals (typical toddler). The only sounds that filled the air was the sounds of their imagination.

I realized something during that moment of quiet. Though I have know for 6 years that kids are incredible I never realized the qualities children gave. Qualities that are rare to find in adults these days.

Click through for a list of 7 amazing qualities that I wish kids could keep forever:

  • Imagination At Its Best 1 of 7
    Imagination At Its Best
    You can give a kid two toys (or no toys) and they will put on a full story straight from their imagination.
    Photo Credit: Flickr
  • Excitement In the Seasons 2 of 7
    Excitement In the Seasons
    I hate the winter and I'm not a fan of the rain either. Kids however can find the fun in any season and any weather.
    Photo Credit: Flickr
  • Simple is Better 3 of 7
    Simple is Better
    The more simple a toy the more fun they seem to have. Hours of fun with a cardboard box is uniquely childlike.
    Photo Credit: Flickr
  • Dirty is the Goal 4 of 7
    Dirty is the Goal
    I spend a lot of my adult time not wanting to get dirty. Kids love dirt — the dirtier, the better.
    Photo Credit: Flickr
  • Food is Fun 5 of 7
    Food is Fun
    Trying new things and using creativity in food to come up with fun new combinations. No excuses for what they like, kids just go with it.
    Photo Credit: Flickr
  • Everything is New 6 of 7
    Everything is New
    Climbing a tree for the first time or seeing a race car in real life: kids are able to enjoy and get excited over discovering the world.
    Photo Credit: Flickr
  • No Filter Honesty 7 of 7
    No Filter Honesty
    Love it or hate it, kids love to tell it like it is. With a still-developing social filter, you can never really know what will come out of their mouths next.
    Photo Credit: FreeDigitalPhotos

:: Have you noticed any amazingly unique qualities in children?  ::

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