What would it be?
We asked our staff the same question. Here is what they said!
“Smile, be helpful and show your glow.” – Wendy Gould, Licensed Home Early Learning and Child Care Visitor
“Feel free to laugh and play and be yourself!” – Anda Witolla, Licensed Home Early Learning and Child Care Visitor
“Always, always try new things. Eat broccoli, press all the piano keys at once, and wear a tutu. The more things you try, the more you’ll learn about yourself.” – Jessica Brown, Marketing Specialist
“Find your passion and believe in yourself…we all believe in you!” – Kristina Bock, Camp Coordinator
“Question the world around you.” – Nicole Kennedy, Ontario Early Years Centre Facilitator, Mohawk College Location
“Have fun every day. To learn and to explore everything that your little heart desires. To learn something new and exciting and to grow every way possible.” – Valerie Book, Licensed Home Early Learning and Child Care Provider
“Trust Yourself, you are capable of anything”. – Parul Lal, Staff at C.H Norton
“Look under every rock” – Linda Bryers, Ontario Early Years Centre Facilitator, Ancaster/Dundas/Flamborough
“Remember to eat breakfast, because swimming all day in the sun is exhausting!” – Adam Stafford, Acting Program Coordinator, R.A Riddell Camp
“Mistakes make us grow and learn more about the world and ourselves. Together we can do anything!” – Deb Forster, Associate Director for Burlington Region
“Messy is always more fun.” – Brenda Ferguson, Chief Operating Officer
If you could give a child a piece of advice, what would it be? We’d love to hear from you! Let us know on Twitter @TodaysFamilyOnt or on Facebook /TodaysFamilyEarlyLearningandChildCare!
Until next time,
– Today’s Family