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Motherhood Diaries: Empowering Words

I recently read an article that claimed, "your voice becomes your child's inner voice". As a stay at home mom (SAHM) where my children hear my voice almost all day long, this thought inspired me to rethink how I speak to my girls.

If my words become the words that motivate them, and stick with them throughout their lives, what am I saying?

Am I showing kindness, and respect? 
Am I modeling the behavior I so desire them to have?

I fail. 

I have found myself pulling my toddlers onto my lap sometimes more than once a day asking for forgiveness.  I want my girls to know that their mom is not perfect, and their mom is learning new things every day just like they are. 

So, how do I guide their inner voice? 

Empowering Words. 

I've made a conscious effort to share empowering words to my girls daily. For example, each night before my girls fall asleep, I whisper empowering words to them. 

You are Brave
You are Strong
You are Kind
You are Loved 
You are Treasured
You are Enough
You are Powerful
You are Wonderful
You are Wanted
I Believe in You
I am Proud of You
The other night my second daughter sits up, grabs my cheeks softly, looks at me straight in the eyes and softly says...

"You are crazy, momma"


How can you empower someone in your life today? 




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