A child’s birthday is a special day that is all about them. It is a day to celebrate their life and to make wishes for their future. But there is one important reason why you shouldn’t make a wish on your child’s birthday.
When you make a wish for your child on their birthday, you are essentially setting an intention for their future. And while there is nothing wrong with setting intentions for our children, we need to be careful about what those intentions are.
When we make a wish for our children, we are usually wishing for them to have a happy and successful life. But what if that isn’t what’s meant for them? What if their life is supposed to be full of challenges and difficulties?
It’s important to remember that we don’t always know what’s best for our children. They have their own path to follow and their own destiny to fulfill. So instead of making a wish on their birthday, let’s just celebrate them.
It’s not their birthday
It’s not their birthday, so why make a wish on their behalf? It’s not like they can make a wish come true, and it’s not like they have the power to make your wishes come true either. All they can do is enjoy their birthday, and you should too. If you want to make a wish, do it for yourself.
There are a few reasons why you shouldn’t make a wish on your child’s birthday. First, it takes away from the focus on your child and their special day. Second, it can be seen as a way of putting your own needs and desires above your child’s. And finally, it can be a bit of a downer for your child if your wish doesn’t come true. So, while it’s perfectly fine to make a wish for yourself on your child’s birthday, try to keep the focus on them and their special day.
You don’t know what they want
When it comes to making birthday wishes, many parents hesitate. They don’t want to make a wish for their child that won’t come true. After all, birthday wishes are supposed to be special. But what if you don’t know what your child wants? What if you make a wish that they don’t want to come true?
There are a few things to consider before making a wish for your child’s birthday. First, think about what they might want. If they are old enough, ask them what they would wish for. If they are younger, try to think of something that would be meaningful to them.
Second, consider the consequences of your wish. What if it does come true? What if it doesn’t? It’s important to be mindful of the possible outcomes of your wish before you make it.
They’ll just be disappointed
When it comes to birthdays, many parents want to make a wish for their child. However, there are a few reasons why you shouldn’t make a wish on your child’s birthday. First, they’ll just be disappointed. Second, wishes don’t always come true. And third, you don’t want to give your child false hope.
When you make a wish for your child, they will most likely be disappointed because it didn’t come true. And if it does come true, they may not be as happy as you think they would be. Wishes often don’t come true because we tend to overestimate what we want. When we really don’t want something, we pretend we do..
It’s also important to consider the fact that you don’t want to give your child false hope. If you make a wish for them, they may think that anything is possible and that they can have anything they want in life.
You’ll be disappointed
When you make a wish on your child’s birthday, you’ll be disappointed. Why? Because your child will never be able to fulfill that wish. All they can do is sit there and watch you make a fool of yourself. So save yourself the disappointment and don’t make a wish on your child’s birthday. It’s not worth it.
You don’t want to commit to something you can’t fulfil
It’s your child’s birthday, and they’re making a wish. You know what they’re wishing for – something that you can’t possibly give them. And you don’t want to make a promise you can’t keep. It’s not just about breaking a promise, it’s about crushing your child’s hopes and dreams. It’s about letting them down when they need you the most.
So why do it? Why make a wish on your child’s birthday that you know you can’t keep?
It’s not just cruel, it’s selfish. You’re not thinking about your child, you’re thinking about yourself. You don’t want to disappoint them, you don’t want to see the look of disappointment on their face.
So don’t make a wish on your child’s birthday. Don’t make a promise you can’t keep. Just enjoy the day, and cherish the time you have with your child.
It’s not worth the risk
When you make a wish on your child’s birthday, you’re taking a chance that something bad might happen. What if your child’s health takes a turn for the worse? What if your family falls on hard times?
It’s simply not worth the risk to make a wish on your child’s birthday. If you want to make a wish, do it on your own birthday or on a holiday that has nothing to do with your child.