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Imagine how much better a place the world would be if we all dreamed like kids again. If instead of completely growing out of our childhood, we embraced our every passion .

@bambinogram @traddies7 et @mario_thompson Adorable Twins! Outfit by @traddies7 Tailored by @mario_thompson Gele by @dazzledbydamie

Good news — it’s possible. And it starts by raising children who value the importance of their very own dreams.“The passions children have are clues to what their lives will become,”

@adeyeencah x @the_cute_diana01

“Those that are encouraged to embrace their dreams will undeniably have a much more solid foundation of self-understanding and awareness. This gives them a golden ticket to an adulthood filled with passion and adventure.” And who doesn’t want that for their kids?

planned by @bambinogram outfit @rojtraditionalattire

Here are Kim’s 6 tips on how to inspire your children to dream bigger.

Be a dream role-model. “The concept of ‘do as I say, not as I do,’ simply doesn’t work for dream chasing. So, model big dreams in your own life. When we live our lives as a great adventure, we give our kids permission to do the same.”

@mofebamuyiwa

Encourage their bucket list. “Introduce your kids to the concept of a ‘bucket list,’ and invite them to make their own.  It will allow them the opportunity to experience the power of intentionality. Some really awesome moments and memories have been made as a result of these lists.”

@chinnyco

Give them free-time. “This freedom will allow them the space they need for self-discovery. As the parent, you are the only person that can protect them from the hectic pace that is now normal in most households.

Photo by @sayhilondon

Opt out of the overextension and give your kids the gift of time. Hold the space for them to dream and discover their passions.”

Momma @jozaze and her cute boys ? Makeup by @ogesempire. Shoot planned by @classeventz. Balloon-wall by @classeventz. Captured @photovillenigeria

Allow them to tinker. “When given the time, kids may choose to pursue interests that do not have a clearly defined outcome. Be okay with this.

 

Challenge yourself to value these exploratory efforts as worthwhile. It’s important to keep an open mind to where their interests lead them, especially when you don’t initially see how it’s beneficial.”

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Source: BellaNaija.com