Is it because children are so close to the ground that they are excellent at noticing tiny details? I don't know but I am constantly amazed and delighted by the things they point out.
Just last week L noticed a heart-shaped melty patch in the ice.
Finally, spring is coming, and what a lovely little hint of that to discover this:
I never would have picked that out of the slushy, icy sidewalk. My goal was simply to get to where we were going.
Adults are constantly on the move and children can help us slow down and notice the little things all around us. Can you follow a child's lead and let them show you the special and beautiful little details that would otherwise go unnoticed?