Focus on what your children ARE, not on what your children aren’t.
What if every morning you spent 5-10 minutes and wrote down everything your children are.
My children are kind and loving.
They are doing their best and trying to do better every day.
My kids are smart and hard-working.
They are figuring out how to feel their emotions.
She’s learning how to balance school work and chores.
He’s curious and trying to figure out how to make things work with his friends.
They are sweet and loving.
My kids have wonderful intentions and goals to get along better.
They are funny and wanting to create a relationship with me.
They are learning how to serve and help each other.
They are 100% lovable and worthy.
They are enough.
They are curious and learning how to say sorry.
They are messy and imperfect and amazing.
They are the most important thing in the world to me and I choose to believe in them.
For the next week, my challenge to you is to write about your kid’s amazingness every day. And see what happens.