I was reminded by the Homeshuler that it is traditional to offer a special prayer for one's children on Rosh Chodesh Sivan.
You can read the text of one such prayer here.
At the LittleHouse, we do Jewish things just a little bit differently. They are a bit more flexible, a little gentler, and more open to the belief that tradition is richer when it considers the contemporary.
Before You, my G-d and G-d of my ancestors,
I set this prayer for my children:
I pray that they add more to the world than they take,
that they work every day toward its repair,
and that they walk through it with awareness of and humility before You.
I pray that they live full, healthy, secure, joyful lives,
and that if they cannot, that they are granted the disposition
to be truly happy with their lot.
I pray that they find a love that speaks to the deepest parts of their souls
and makes their lives worth living.
I pray that they become young men of whom their people can be proud.
May the words of my mouth and the meditations of my heart be acceptable to You, G-d, my Rock and my Redeemer.