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10 Things I want to teach my daughter

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Constant bullying and relentless abuse rampant in today’s times has made parents think differently when it comes to raising a girl child.

They say being a parent is the toughest job in the world. That is because there are days when you would just want to give up on everything.These days might come up in the form of cranky baby, teenage tantrums, kids’ career choices e.t.c. But as much as it’s difficult, it is indeed a beautiful journey where we learn each day from our kids. Yes, you heard it right! As much as our kids teach us, there is also a lot be taught to them in terms of manners, values, ethics and some good habits.

raising a daughter

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11 thoughts on “10 Things I want to teach my daughter

  1. I want to have a close relationship with my son. And want him to tell me everything just the way I do. I think communication is the most important link here

  2. Wow, the post is really beautiful!
    I like how you tell her to learn playing an instrument. My kids started with guitar but looking for a good teacher still!
    Staying fit is a good advise! We may avoid so many issues we always treat our body like a temple!

    Loved the post!

  3. the last point of appreciating your own worth is the key! When you underestimate yourself or take a step back, the world is full of people who would charge on to you!

  4. I agree. We have to make our daughters independent and make them learn to take stand for themselves. I am a mom of a daughter and I can relate to this post very much. thanks for sharing.

  5. I truly feel to the communication plays a very important role in making them confident and in bridging the gap between parents and kids

  6. Beautiful thoughts for your girl Udita. Learn to save early in life, know your worth and respect others are some of the qualities that I a would also love to instil in my children.

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