10 things I want my daughter to know (but also very applicable to all humans, really) πŸ’‘

10 things I want my daughter to know (but also very applicable to all humans, really) πŸ’‘

1. You are responsible for your own happiness.

No person, place, or thing will EVER make you happy. Remember that. Happiness is a positive attitude and mindset no matter what the circumstance. Even in the face of life’s ups and downs, it is maintaining emotional positivity. Its getting through the darkness knowing there will be light at the end of the tunnel. It’s being grateful for what you have instead of wishing for what you don’t have.

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How to get a toddler (or even an adult) to eat their vegetables πŸ₯•

How to get a toddler (or even an adult) to eat their vegetables πŸ₯•

When I first became a mom there was one stage that I dreaded the most. The “picky eater” stage. The thought of going to battle with a mini food terrorist turned up the mom anxiety to the max. It was difficult enough having to make a home cooked meal after a long day at work, and adding a picky eater to that was challenging to say the least.Β I’m also sensitive when it comes to being of service to someone. I always want to do a good job, especially when it comes to cooking for my family. I found myself getting a little upset πŸ˜‘ when my toddler refused the wonderfully presented, 4 course meal I made with all 5 food groups 🀣. I needed to set more realistic expectations I know haha.

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