Dating your child or children may seem difficult. But, is it really? No.
Whether you’re a newbie to this whole parenting thing, or a seasoned veteran, we all want to have a close relationship with our children, young or old.
Strengthening relationships and communication with our children can boil down to one thing: spending quality not just quantity time with them.
Jim Burns of Christian Broadcasting Network said, "Parents who are present and involved in the lives of their kids place important emotional, physical and spiritual “deposits” that will continue to influence their kids for years to come."
Even though teenagers are in the process of becoming adults and separating from their parents, they still need the affection of their parents. In fact, sexual promiscuity in teenage girls can often be traced back to a desire for (and lack of) affection from their fathers. Dads, be sure to offer your kids genuine affection through loving words, affirmation, encouragement, small gifts, and appropriate touch.
by my daughter, Destiny
These date ideas are perfect for toddlers, teens, and even adult children!