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7 Things That Make You an Awesome Parent

By Lori Garcia |

Maybe you’ve read the 13 Things That Don’t Make You a Bad Parent, but there are plenty of things you do every single day that make you a superstar parent!

Did I just catch you looking around the room; I’m talking to you!

Sure, 93% of the time you’re afraid you’re doing it wrong but that’s actually a really good indicator you’re doing it just right.

Still have your doubts? Let me show you!

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Everyday ways we are wonderful parents to our children

Taking care of yourself

Keeping up with your health (that means you too dads) is one of the greatest things you can do for your kids. Schedule that check-up without delay and hey, you might even get a sticker!

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What else makes you an awesome parent? Time to shine!

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About Lori Garcia


Lori Garcia

Lori Garcia is a writer and mother of two living and loving in Southern California. When she's not fussing with her bangs, you can find her shaking her groove thing on her personal blog, Mommyfriend where she almost never combines true tales of motherhood and mayhem with her degree in child development. Read bio and latest posts → Read Lori's latest posts →

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  1. sachin says:

    I agree with the check ups

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