If you’re a parent, you may have had your children come and ask you if they can go outside and play in the rain. It's easy to reply, distracted, that it’s too cold, too wet or too miserable; but what if you stop, for just a second, and share that wonderful experience of dancing in the rain?
Massive clouds tumbling through the skies, rainbows bigger than anything on My Little Pony and big drops of rain sliding down from above to form rivers in the gutters. Boat races with leaves. One of childhood’s most simple joys is just waiting to be had. Watch this short video and you’ll see what we mean:
Little girl Kayden sees and feels rain for the first time: via CutiesnFuzzies/Youtube
Don’t forget to keep an eye out for any signs of lightning, though; that can be scary (and even dangerous) in certain conditions. Read how to avoid lightning strikes here:
9 tips for avoiding lightning strikes
Do your kids ever play in the rain?