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The ABC's of Great Moms

Updated on February 3, 2015

My Incredibly Handsome Boys

Christopher age 4 and Carson Denny age 1
Christopher age 4 and Carson Denny age 1

How I am a good mom to my wonderful boys

The ABC's of Great Moms and how it will positively effect your kids.

Ask about their day.

Be present when spending time with your kids.

Celebrate all of their victories no matter how big or small.

Dote on them.

Encourage them through the good and bad times.

Forgive their mistakes, they will learn from them.

Grow with them, they are only little once.

Help them when they need it regardless if they ask for the help or not.

Insist that they try things that scare them, it is a growing experience for them

Joke around with them

Kiss them no matter how much it will embarrass them, especially when they don't want kisses

Listen to them, you will be amazed on what they have to say and their perspective on life will amaze you.

Memories are everlasting and I want to make as many memories as I can with my boys

Notice the good things they have either tried, accomplished or experienced in their lives.

Originality: help them grow into their own person without having them fit into a specific stereotype.

Play with them, do it a lot and do it often

Question their day or decisions, this is a way to open the doors of communication with your child.

Read to me because they love the quality time and when they get older they will enjoy reading to you in return.

Smile at them and with them always

Turn off the distractions such as the television or any electronics that keep you from focusing your time on them.

Understand their point of view or perspective on anything.

Value them.

Wait, wait and wait patiently - I promise you they will get it someday, having patience goes a long way.

Xxx and Ooo's them everyday because one day they will not want to hug and kiss you, do this often and do this frequently.

Yelling gets you nowhere, plus if you yell they will listen less and learn that yelling is an acceptable way of communicating.

Zero in and focus on what makes your child special and unique.

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