Saturday, September 28, 2013

Gymboree Celebrates Cherished Moments in Childhood

There are a couple general rules that I have always tried to live by, and they are to enjoy every moment, cherish the little things, and to make every memory count!  My kids talk about what they are going to do when they grow up, and how fun it's going to be to be an adult.  I tell them that as much as they think they want to "grow up," they really need to enjoy being a "kid!"  

Gymboree is celebrating by sharing cherished moments in childhood.  Kids laughing, building forts, reading, anything that reminds us all not to grow up too fast.  Join Gymboree, myself and moms everywhere as we cherish every moment of childhood with our children!

Cherish Childhood with Gymboree


Here are a few of my cherished moments in my children's lives:
 
 
 
 

Life is too short and we aren't always guaranteed tomorrow... be sure to cherish every moment!  You can share your memorable moments on Twitter or Facebook using #cherishchildhood to tag your pictures!

Do you wish you could stop time and cherish the wonder and joy of childhood forever??



 

7 comments:

Maria said...

Adorable pictures!! I love your story!!

April @Pixie Dust Savings said...

What cute pictures! I wish I could get some of my childhood back--then again maybe not! Everyone please enjoy your children to the fullest. I am unable to have kids and love them to death. I can't wait to foster adopt in the future.

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

I wish I would have cherished more moments when my daughter was growing up... you can never go back. Love the pics!

Super Savvy Deals said...

Such beautiful children! We just found out we are expecting again! Cherish those kids!

Melinda Dunne said...

Great photos! I agree life is too short you really need to cherish every day.

Natalie S. said...

aww great pix

Aio Kona said...

My kids are all grown and I am nearing that stage of the "Empty Nest Syndrome." Hold your child's hand when you can. Time travels so fast, they would be adults in a wink of an eye.