Children are beautiful. They haven’t lost the wonder and excitement of life.
They’re curious, inquisitive, delightful little creatures.
They’re fascinated with simple things that we scarcely notice.
They aren’t afraid to ask questions.
They aren’t ashamed to be needy and helpless.
Their needs are obvious and simplistic.
They’re honest and unapologetic.
The charm of children is inexplicable to some extent, but part of their magnetic draw is in their simplistic and straightforward nature. Children only remain as such for a short time, so we should celebrate and nurture their delightful qualities while they are so prevalent and spontaneous.