Tuesday, April 24, 2012


"Can we remind each other that it is our uniqueness and love that our children long for? It is our voices. Our smiles. Our jiggly tummies. Of course we want to learn, improve, exercise, cook better, make our homes lovelier, and provide beautiful experiences for our children, but at the end of the day, our children don’t want a discouraged, stressed-out mom who is wishing she were someone else."
– April Perry           http://powerofmoms.com/2012/04/your-children-want-you/ 
Working on being kind to myself today. Seeking a balance between humility and feeling worthy. Understanding that I am precious and special and important, just as I am flawed and imperfect. Desiring a clear view of my identity. I'm working on it. Getting closer. :)

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