The Brilliance of Pretending

imageI was privileged to write for Proximity Magazine on how play looks for us as adults and what we can learn from our children in The Brilliance of Pretending. I’d love for you to take a look; it just went live today.

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3 Responses to The Brilliance of Pretending

  1. Charlotte Latham says:

    Nice work, Kimberly. I do not think I know how to play. But I love watching your children while they are playing. Thanks for taking the time to write this article. Charlotte

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  2. Carina Jolly says:

    Oh my goodness Kimberly…. I love this!! I can so relate and sometimes find myself just trying to slow down and enjoy the play of my sweet boys! How inspiring to challenge ourselves as parents to just stop- even for a few minutes and just try to put ourselves in their space and just relax- breathe- and enjoy… You nailed it just perfectly once again💕

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  3. Suzanne Williams says:

    This is beautiful Kimberly! Wow, love all of your words here and the vivid pictures you paint!

    Maybe writing is a form of play for you!

    Suzanne Williams Young Life Southern Division Capernaum Coordinator

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