Is there a such thing as waking up everyday happy?
Like – when your eye open, your feet hits the floor – and you are just READY to get your day started?
You just met two people who practice this routine daily.
Do you ever just pause for a second, look at your mini in awe … ?
Then realize she is amazing because YOU made her that way?
My 8 yr old daughter is the epitome of “born ready”.
At age 4 taught herself how to add, subtract, multiply and divide. Sydney has always been analytical and has it all figured out! She believes she can have whatever she wants and be very takes ‘no’ for an answer.
Nothing can stop her from reaching the stars.
Hey moms, WE ARE SUPERMOMS and WE DID THAT!
Seeing the results of parenting makes a mama so proud!
For this reason, we should NEVER EVER wake up in a bad mood or EVER allow minuscule matters to interrupt our inner peace.
I am ALWAYS in a good mood. I
wake up smiling in my excited voice like, “morning my love” ! Yep, I really do.
After greeting my husband, I’d go straight to each of my children’s room(s) to see their face.
Mood is major – it sets the tone for my day.
Sure you’re saying, “they have got to drive her crazy at some point”!
Oh yes, of course they drive me crazy.
There’s three of them, they’re siblings. That’s their job! And oh my gosh it makes me furious when they argue and fight.
Energy is contagious. And I refuse to let anyone or anything take control of my day.
My babies know I love them – but once they get out of control, I curse them out for about 10 minutes.
You heard me right – I USE PROFANITY in front of my kids.
I’m human, I lose it from time to time. I have to remind myself that they are still children.
They are SUPPOSED to use every emotion that they’re given. Just like us. I am bubbly and happy every single day. So it’s absolutely okay for me to feel emotional.
It’s relatively healthy, and NORMAL.
What I don’t do is let disappointment dictate how I want to spend the rest of my day.
The key is to move on and understand that it’s not the end of the world.
Especially when I know we’ve got 3 little people watching me.
Okay, so if you’re judging me because I just shocked you with my big secret, let me say it again, MY KIDS GET CURSED THE EFF OUT
when they are out of control. No shame.
FIY, ALL of my children think of me as “goodie two-shoes”. Even though I curse like a sailor.
I don’t cheat, I don’t steal, I don’t lie. I don’t drink, I don’t smoke, I don’t party and I don’t eat artificial food color .
So hell, if I choose to make “Profanity” my 1st language, you should applaud me!
Truth is, we don’t give ourselves enough credit sometimes, but it takes a super-human goddess, kind of like Jean Grey to be able to do what we do.
I honestly don’t think a man would even know where to begin if he was given the responsibilities and strength God gave us. So “X” all the men out. It’s a woman’s world!
Sydney is just one illustration of awesomeness. I’m using her as an example because she is the ultimate reflection of her mommy.
Or should I say, the better version of her mother.
All three of our children have a different learning style. Which means we have to get creative, raising multiple personalities.
Sydney though… is a tough one. She challenges me the most and makes me stay on top of everything. She’s like Siri – kid of like a human-organizer-digital -reminder.
If you have a “mini” like mine – own it. Love it.
No one can shape the future better than you. You’ve invented your “mini me” so make that “mini” of your’s a Mega-Mini.
You get a chance to write your story over. Only this time you can leave out the mistakes.
These millennials are far more advanced than we were. They can read our minds and our hearts. Knowing that; we make sure we encourage them to be whatever they want to be. At this age, they’re seeking identity approval.
What do you see when you look into your little ones’ eyes?
Every Mega Mini is unique. They’re tiny, little humans preparing themselves to becone big humans.
Each have their own little story.
They develop their character by watching us. WE are the author, and narrator of their stories.
The authority of holding this mom title is the most powerful feeling ever!
Here’s a story of a little girl who just wants the universe to trust her purpose.
Her dream is to make this world a better place.
She wants to show you how one soul can make positive difference.
She’s going to make it happen.
I know it will.
I know her story very well.
I was the one who helped her write it 🙂
“We laugh, we cry, we make time fly. We make the best of friends, my mother and I.”
“There will be many times you feel like you’ve failed, but in the eyes, heart, and mind of your child, you are a super mom!”
“A mother’s treasure is her daughter”