Translator: Denise RQ Reviewer: Robert Deliman A little anxiety is a good thing. I kept telling myself that in the lead-up to today, but a little anxiety is good. It sharpens our senses and gets us ready to take on challenges. A lot of anxiety is another story, it’s a hindrance rather than a help.
DJTJ HAVE PLANNED FOR FATHER’S DAY ON SUNDAY, BUT FATHER’S DAY IS SUNDAY. AND FATHERS, FOR THOSE OF YOU UNFAMILIAR ARE THE PEOPLE WHO FALL ASLEEP AFTER DINNER. BEING A DAD, THE THING THEY DON’T TELL YOU ABOUT FATHERHOOD IS LIKE FOR ABOUT AN HOUR A DAY YOU HAVE TO GET ON THE FLOOR AND
Good morning! Can everyone hear me? Properly? Good. Good morning, I need reply of good morning! Because today, we need energy for what we are going to seek. 00:01:42,000 –>00:01:49,000 Okay? Many parents are here. It is first of all not a seminar, but workshop. First, let’s know the difference between seminar and workshop. In
(upbeat music) (audience applauds) Hey, Dawson, we see, with you, a great deal of potential. So, that’s why we have the Turn-About Ranch, which is gonna be an amazing experience. You ready to accept it? Yeah? Yeah? Yeah. Yeah, good for you, man. Why do you want to? So I don’t end up dead. You
Hello. I’m Anne Stonehouse. This video is about children as active learners from birth. They seek opportunities to learn from everything around them. They learn largely through relationships and interactions with the people who are important to them, especially their families, and through active engagement with their world. Picture a newborn baby and a three-year-old.
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