An understanding forgiving, loving, responsible one.
I would hope a strong one for my kids. I love them no matter what.
I think I put some really good effort into parenting, but I know that I fell short in several areas. However, I'm still as active a parent as I can be. I love my children unconditionally, and I pray for their well-being every day.,
I believe that my husband and i were good parents, steady, strong and with great senses of humor Because we had unhappy childhoods ourselves we worked our behinds off to be good, loving, and fair parents.
I think I am a compassionate mom who knows I do not know everything. I am continuing to learn every day how to be a better mom. My life with my daughter is a journey and as each year passes, we find new ways to relate to one another.
I have a tendency to be a bit too lenient, but at the same time we spend time every evening chatting about the day and our experiences. I want my daughter to know that I am always here for her. I also know that I will make mistakes and I want her to know that is okay too.
Being a mom is one of the biggest challenges I have faced and is also my greatest joy.
Be very careful in trying to evaluate what "type" of parent you may be. There are WAY too many variables involved with guiding a new life into an ever changing society to allow yourself to be arrogant enough to think there is one proper path. Don't even try, if you think you can find the single, perfectly proper path, you're a moron. Don't abuse your child (striking, verbal degradation, kicking, pinching, etc) unless they are an out-of-control monster that has been consistant in evil acts for at least 5 year period......... -only partially serious.
As an Atheist and skeptic of all things spiritual, the best phrase I ever heard and the best guidence that I can think of for our children is "do unto others as you would have done unto you". Pretty basic. Life, love, politics, religion, hate, bias, opinion, perspective, etc. will all come to the child based on their own personal experiences in the generation and society they find themselves living in. Don't get me wrong, you can try to guide and influence, but don't think you can create. It is a waste of time. Hold them close, tell them that you love them and tell them that you are proud of their efforts, there is nothing more you can do that is tangible. If you think you are doing something different, and it makes you feel good, that works too......
by easyspeak 8 years ago
I posted this on the 'questions' area but I think it's easier to have discussions in the forum.So my question was, have your kids ever accused you of not loving them because you wouldn't let them do something or you didn't buy something for them?Please be specific.One of my friends kids accused him...
by Renee' D. Campbell 5 years ago
How does taking care of a parent make you feel?Our parents raise and took care of us. So what happens when the tables are turned?
by Violet Flame 5 years ago
Small act of loving kindness, how did it make a difference for you? How could we pass it on?When we concentrate on love, life transforms. Even small acts of loving kindness can make a huge difference. How have you been affected in the past? How could we keep it going? Let's be at the cause and...
by HouseSeller 6 years ago
It's true.. I don't care how much you deny it but if you have more than one child, you have a favourite child. Yes you will utterly deny it if someone asked you who your favourite kid was. Hell I bet the majority of you that will reply to the post will say "oh I love my kids all the...
by Zaiden Jace 2 years ago
Would you kick out your kid if they were pregnant or got someone else pregnant?Your daughter is pregnant or your son knocked up a girl, would you kick them out?
by Chibuzo Melvin Mobis 5 years ago
It is becoming a way of life especially in the developed countries and mainly among women to adopt single parenting as the a way of life.It takes two heads to make a good parent besides God who made them at the beginning made them man and woman.The effect of single parenting tells more on the kids...
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