I've always been pleased to see KC share things that she is really fond of whether it's M&M treats or some toy. On our trip to Yellowstone, Tif would sometimes give KC three or four M&Ms as a reward for something. KC would eat one and then offer the rest to us. Make no mistake, she really likes M&Ms, but she wanted everyone else to enjoy it at the same time.
Yes, it's true. I'm proud of her. I'm proud that Tif and Ed are fostering kindness in her. However, I'm also wondering if it's something you're trained to feel and do or is it something that is innate and part of who you are when you're born.
I used to wonder about this in my classroom where I saw children with all kinds of personalities. I knew their parents were wonderful people, but their child's behavior sometimes weren't quite as terrific. Then were children from unstable, rocky home lives who were as sweet as could be. On the other hand, I've seen children who were terrors grow up to be truly amazing and beautiful adults. I guess you just never know.