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Honestly, I wish more moms would let their kids quit activities that don't engage them because they tend to disrupt the actual learning and fun for the folks who *do* want to be involved. But I understand a little better now where some of those moms might be coming from.
|Once my children commit to something, they fulfill their commitment.
Unless safty or health is at stake.
Thanks for all the suggestions!! I really like the idea of having him just sit, watch and absorb what is going on, even if he doesn't want to participate.
I appreciate all of the different views on how to handle it. It seems it is an issue at any age!? I just know that I will not pressure him to the point where his extreme anxiety kicks in and he will never want to try it again. That is the issue really, his extreme anxiety. Much like his mama
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