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What's Your Superpower?

Posted by Patience on October 2, 2009 at 7:00 AM in Talking with kids
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I'm convinced all kids believe in super powers and I have to confess, I do too. I had a chance to ask everyone's red friend about his special super power. His answer melted me. This is a really fun conversation starter if you are looking to connect with your little people. Check out this great guide about talking with kids too.

So Elmo and I have told you our superpowers, now you must tell us yours.
Fill our comment section with the superpowers of you, your kids, your dog! Everybody wants to know!


Amber writes...

My 4-year-old's superpower is definitely confidence in herself. She just so completely knows who she is and lives it, it's fabulous.

My 1-year-old's superpower is happiness. It's infectious.

Me? I hope it's inspiration. That's what I'm trying for, anyways. :)

nicole writes...

Really cute, Patience! Thanks for sharing.

Jess writes...

Mine would be curiosity.

6 y/o: inductive reasoning, compassion, and humor.

4 y/o: impishness, deductive logic, and gentleness with animals.

1 y/o: charm. Which he totally gets from his father.

kia writes...

this is a way me and my sister can bond and learn at the same time

kia writes...

my sister's power is confidence and curiosity

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