Motherhood is ultimately the most selfless job in the world. So why not spread the love even further by incorporating random acts of kindness into your everyday life with your children?
Today we teamed up with McDonald's to give you ten easy ways to share the love with the people around you.
Host a play date with you and your neighbor’s kids to give your neighbor a little breather to run errands or to just chill.
Share Meals Together! Don’t feel like you need to prepare an elaborate meal every night though. Grab a McDonald's Happy Meal® for dinner!
Surprise everyone in your neighborhood by handing out drinks with your kids. The gesture will be totally unexpected but definitely appreciated.
Speaking of neighborhoods, why not do some beautification while you’re handing out drinks? Have you and your kids each pick up five pieces of trash while you’re out.
Next time you take your kids to the park, bring some bubbles with you. When your kids feel like taking a break from playing, you can blow bubbles together for everyone around you to enjoy.
Decluttering is not just a trend for adults. Help your kid pick out the toys he or she hasn’t played with in a while to give away.
Did you know that smiles are contagious? Challenge yourself and your kids to smile at everyone you see during your next errand and watch people’s reactions as you walk by.
While you’re running errands and your kids are out and about, teach them to open doors for other people.
Put Thank You Cards Into Your Mailbox For Your Mailman! Help your kids make thank you cards to stick in your mailbox to show how much you all appreciate them.
If your kids are cute (and we know they are), practically any joke they tell is funny. Ask them to tell one of their favorite jokes to a cashier or a barista to give them a little chuckle.
Spend a Sunday afternoon making treats for your kids to give to their teachers as a token of their appreciation.
Spread some cheer by randomly planting a flower by a typically floral-free sidewalk with your kids for everyone to enjoy.
Send positive vibes by waving homemade signs and shouting in support of your local high school. Not to mention, this is a great way for your kids to get their screams out before returning home :)
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