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12 things you should always tell to your kids

 En Espanol aqui

Some phrases are magical and powerful. These are my favorite 12 for raising loving and happy kids.

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  • I LOVE YOU 1 of 12
    I LOVE YOU
    Every day when they wake up. Every night before they fall asleep.
  • I LOVE YOU ANYWAY 2 of 12
    I LOVE YOU ANYWAY
    When they make a mistake.
  • YOU LIGHT UP MY WORLD 3 of 12
    YOU LIGHT UP MY WORLD
    Every time they smile
  • DONT GIVE UP. KEEP LOOKING FOR A SMILE 4 of 12
    DONT GIVE UP. KEEP LOOKING FOR A SMILE
    Every time they cry
  • YOU CAN ALWAYS TAKE MY HAND TO STAND UP AGAIN 5 of 12
    YOU CAN ALWAYS TAKE MY HAND TO STAND UP AGAIN
    Every time they fall
  • IM PROUD OF YOU 6 of 12
    IM PROUD OF YOU
    When they succeed
  • IM PROUD OF YOU FOR DOING YOUR BEST 7 of 12
    IM PROUD OF YOU FOR DOING YOUR BEST
    When they fail
  • IM CLOSE ENOUGH TO HELP YOU BUT FAR ENOUGH TO LET YOU BE 8 of 12
    IM CLOSE ENOUGH TO HELP YOU BUT FAR ENOUGH TO LET YOU BE
    When they don't want your help
  • YOU ARE PERFECT TO ME 9 of 12
    YOU ARE PERFECT TO ME
    When they realize they are not perfect, and nobody else is.
  • I BELIEVE IN YOU 10 of 12
    I BELIEVE IN YOU
    When they are disappointed or sad
  • I LOVE YOU TOO 11 of 12
    I LOVE YOU TOO
    When they say; "I love you"
  • I LOVE YOU ANYWAY 12 of 12
    I LOVE YOU ANYWAY
    If they ever say I hate you

Being a parent is not an easy task. Keep in mind how important it is to remind our children everyday how much we love them. Believing in them and accepting them is the best way to teach them to accept themselves and to forgive us, as parents, for our own mistakes.

No one is perfect, that’s why we have love.

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