These small habits we can practice every day will help our kids see the good all around them.
Mark Oliver is a father, a teacher and a writer. He and his wife raised their child in China for the first four years of his life, and in Tennessee ever since. He contributes to a number of comedy and parenting websites, ranging from The Onion's StarWipe to Redstar's Qingdao Family. His website is updated regularly with everything he writes.
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