Thursday, October 8, 2009

My Beautiful Gifts

My dear baby girl has a fairy who watches over her and protects her, her name is Woosa. She is small and her clothes are purple and green, she ha a wand, and she almost glows. This is the description that my 4 year old gave me. She says that she has always been there for her, there is nothing anyone is going to say to convince her that this is untrue. I love it, C her older sister tried to tell her that there was no such thing as fairies, all A could say was, well I have one. Of course this drove C crazy, then one day C asked me why she did not have a fairy, all I could think of to tell her was that it was because she did not believe.

A has always had a wonderful gift for observation. She is very intuitive, which I remember being just like that from a very young age. I do not want her to ever lose this, I want her to embrace it.

I think C has similar gifts, but somehow even though she is only 5 she thinks it is wrong and I have no idea where she got that from. I am trying to teach her basic meditation techniques to help her relax, she is so tense. She is only 5 years old but she seems to have the weight of the world on her shoulders, I wish there was more I could do for her. She started school this year, and it seems to be making her worse, and this is only kindergarten.

My son, J, who is now 15, also is incredibly intuitive, always has been. He has an amazing memory, he remembers things that I do not even remember happening, sometimes I wonder if it is something from a long ago past, there is no way anyone will ever convince him that it never happened. Even though he does not have to many people around him that are very supportive of anything metaphysical deep down he believes that there has got to be more. I know that he is truly destined for great things.

I think my one of my purposes here on this earth is to try and help my lovelies develop to their fullest, no matter how difficult it may be at times.


  1. Thanks for leaving a comment over at mine, because now I have found your blog!

    Totally get it when you talk about your 5 year old carrying the weight of the world on her shoulders. My girl is like that. Love that you're teaching her some meditation techniques! Great idea. I didn't have much luck doing this with mine (she's such a joker she caricatured me the whole way through the process), but I have taught her some yoga postures, (possibly better for her active nature).

    I love your last sentence, and I heartily agree.

  2. Thank you for leaving a comment, I have been practicing yoga with them pretty much since they were born, but C has always had so much built up tension, I think she was born with it.

  3. Oh yes, she is an intuitive wee soul indeed! And she is fortunate to have you as her mummy who is sensitive to that. I think life can be tricky, quite intense, for such intuitive ones, but life will be all the more richer for it too. Feel deeply - live deeply. There might be a lot that she will go through that is out of your control, but as long as she knows she is loved and supported which she clearly will, that will help a lot. So great you are aware, you will no doubt be of great guidance for her.
    Nice to see you over at mine, and like DW says, it's great, because now I've found yours :).