by: Angela Santomero | Filed under Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood, Kids, Parenting

Throughout our busy day to day, we often forget to express our gratitude to those we love. Especially as adults, we expect particular actions or behavior from certain people, so after a while it unfortunately becomes routine.

Instead of a robotic, sans emotion “Thank You”, try to show those that you love that you are thankful for what they do or who they are. Next week, my family works on a little project which creatively carries this Thanksgiving idea into the new year. To check it out, see my post in Moffly Media’s Greenwich Magazine, entitled, “The Importance of Thank You“.

..and Thank You

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  1. It’s so true that we forget to show gratitude to our loved ones because we all get so busy in our daily lives. I’ve realized that sometimes a quick text message or short phone call to my mother is so appreciated. It’s the small things that count. It’s so important to sometimes stop ourselves and take a minute to say thank you or I love you to the special people in our lives.