This weekend my sister and mom took care of my son, Finn.
He loves sleeping over at my mom’s house, because he has no rules. No bedtime, ice cream for breakfast, and two dogs that he torments.
My sister always has an action packed day for him when he comes over. She goes from activity to activity with him.
My sister was going to take him to a rock climbing wall that is called Funtopia.
She told Finn I’m going to take you rock climbing. He then told her, “I’m afraid of heights. I don’t want to go.”
She took him and he saw his 4 year old cousin climb and said, “If Katie could do it then I could do it.”
He loved Funtopia and he loved the climbing.
And most importantly, his fear of heights has been completely eliminated.
I’m happy I didn’t go with them. My sister would have shoved me into a coffin filled with rats. That’ll help me overcome my fear of dark spaces and rats. Yeah right. Lol.
Having fears is a natural thing that everyone on this planet has.
Many people have a fear of the dentist. It is estimated that between 30 to 50 percent of the American population avoid going to the dentist because of FEAR. It’s a real and common fear.