Hey Momma Thank You for Teaching Me Things Moms Teach Their Kids
Hey Momma Thank You for Teaching Me Things Moms Teach Their Kids! Sunday is Mother’s day and I want to take a minute and salute all the amazing moms out there! Kick up your feet, grab a Diet Coke and hopefully share a happy tear or even a laugh with us!
When we are little, we dream about growing up and becoming adults. Every adult laughs at kids and tells them to enjoy every minute of being a kid. We don’t listen and count down the minutes. It isn’t until we become our own person that we realize the ones who loved us, were right! It especially hits home when we start having our own kids.
I was looking through different articles about what your mom taught you and selected some of my favorite ones!
Nothing that’s handed to you on a silver platter is worth having. And nothing worth having will be handed to you. Fight for what you want. You will cherish it more.
You were beautiful long before he loved you. You will be beautiful after that, too.
There’s a fine line between being fun and being obnoxious. Make sure you’re not on the wrong side of it.
Rompers don’t work for everyone. If you like them, wear romper anyways.
There is a big difference between listening and being quiet while waiting for your turn to talk. Listen to what others have to say. Listen wholeheartedly and carefully.
Fall in love as often as you can. Fall in love with songs, with books, with places, and fall in love with people. But above all, fall in love with yourself.
Running away from your feelings is a race you will never win.
Make him chase you and make sure you are worth the chase.
Remember who you are and what you stand for!
Slow down. Life is passing you by. Make the most of every moment.
Good people do bad things, and bad people do good things.
Make mistakes. Lots and lots of them. But learn from every single one. And never make the same mistake twice.
If something doesn’t feel right, it probably isn’t. Listen to your gut instincts.
Be kind to others, and be kind to yourself.
Be confident, not cocky.
Never forget where home is.
You are strong enough to make that decision.
Respect yourself and others will respect you.
Marriage is not easy, but it’s a wonderful thing.
Call your grandparents, siblings, and loved ones because one day you won’t have the chance to hear their voice again.
Stand up for what’s right, even if it’s not the most popular opinion.
Don’t do things just for the recognition.
You get what you get and don’t throw a fit!
Always do your best!