The Little Things I Want To Teach My Children

I previously wrote a post of the little things my mum taught me, and I started thinking.
There's a few little things 
I want to ensure my children know in the future. :)

* Express your feelings.
Don't bottle them up.

* Trust your instincts

* Take care of yourself.
Your health & happiness is in your hands.

* Read more books.
If you read a lot of books, you can still read more.
(Actual..Paper...Books.)

* Always have a hobby.
And make sure you make time for it.

* Never lose your sense of humour

* Unplug & Switch Off
Get out into the world

* Do things often that scare you.
Step out of your comfort zone.

* Be kind & polite to others

* Be yourself

* I will always be there for you. No matter what.

I love you. xxx

8 comments

Weronika said...

This is a lovely post. I particularly like the one about switching off, so important to remember to do this. Also, I need to read more books too. I have so many just waiting to be read!
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International Elf Service said...

This is a great list and much the same as mine. Love the unconditional love bit, it's so important that they know that. #sunday stars

Moderate Mum said...

Sweet list - might have to laminate :) I'm really working on Number 3. I felt so guilty and then I realised that to be the best Mum I had to invest in my own wellbeing. #mummymonday

Lovingmyls said...

Lovely list! I love the express your feelings! i often bottled up and it really affected me! #mummymonday

Lovingmyls

thetwodarlings.com said...

Be yourself is my favourite! #sundaystars

Heledd in Lavender said...

I would add... don't let people take advantage of you or teat you badly. I want my girls to be healthy and happy above all. Thanks for linking up to #sundaystars xxx

Alice & Amelia New Young Mum said...

All lovely things; never lose your sense of humour is a good one! That can make any day better. Thank you so much for linking up to #MummyMonday hope to see you again tomorrow!xx

Sarah Bear =] said...

Thank you for all your comments.
And yes, not letting people treat you badly is a good one too. :)
xx