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Value giver for your children-Mother

If any mom wants to hear this today, then listen, there are times where we just feel off; that’s OK! There would be times where you just don’t want to handle the duties of the mother; that’s OK! It is OK not to be on mom duties 24/7. You just have to give your values to kids. They will make you, you!

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Kids enact how you react:

I find this to be so true! Kids often act off and behave exactly how you do, how you eat, and how you talk. Then why not give them some Value while they enact you! Be the Value giver for your kids. Give them something that would be better than bring you embracement.

Be the best version of a person in you:

I don’t want to only focus on be the best mother you can be. But before that, be the best version of a person so that your kids also want to become the best of what they see, enact and learn.

Don’t let the Motherhood be overwhelming with you. – Value giver

As I have already said in my previous posts, Motherhood is a long and alone journey. I bet moms would always be on top of their game. But at the same time, it is also important that you don’t lose yourself in this journey. Give value to your kids, that everyone needs time.

Have some time for yourself, just you! – Value giver

I have and will be talking about how much is it important for mothers to have me-time. Me-time is not just being away from kids and home. But it’s a time to do something you love the most! Maybe writing (my case), painting, pottery, reading, gardening, music. Anything! That is just for you! Let your kids know that this is your time, and it is important too.

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Don’t just be a mother, be a role model that they would look up to. Mother is always the most valuable giver in the family. And I truly agree with it. of course, the family combined; are all the value givers to the kid. It is all about how we talk, how we behave, how we treat, how do we act/react to a situation, how we dress, how we eat, everything!! Kids learn from us!!  

This Blog Post is a Part of BlogChattera2z challenge hosted by BlogChatter

If you wish to read my other a2z blog posts:

A: Appetite Ups and Downs for Toddlers.

B: Because, I don’t take any crap I am a Mean Mom and proud of it.

C: Cook new food and Tips to make your child eat.

D: Dear Mommy. A letter from a child.

E: Easy DIY face pack for moms, to the rescue.

F: Five favorite self-care things that I do.

G: Guide for new moms on multi-tasking.

H: Happy mom makes happy kids.

I: I am a better mom for two than one.

J: Just not me-time, we sometimes need help too.

K: Knock that dullness out.

L: Laziness and lack of motivation in kids?!

M: Meal time with fuzzy kids

N: Note To Self. – Motherhood Edition.

O: Oh, God! I Need Help! – Motherhood Edition.

P: Parenting tip: Ways to handle Temper Tantrums in Toddlers

Q: Quit having Mom Guilt

R : Reality of Work From Home Moms

S: Sharing. How to teach kids to Share

T: Tips that would make kids learnt to share

U: Understand the Sibling Goals

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