Friday, February 21, 2014

February #LoveMe Challenge: Day 21!

TGIF!  Day 21 in the #LoveMe Challenge is to share something that I'm proud of!  When I think of the things that I'm proud of, the first thing that I think of are my children.  Without a doubt... I am super proud of both of them!

 

I am proud of the young people (ages 10 and 13) that they have become.  They are both smart, respectful, and helpful.  They get great grades (straight A's) and perfect attendance.  They take pride in what they do and they do it well.  They are great friends to their classmates, respectful and helpful to others - including adults, and they make me smile EVERY single day!

I love being their mom and am so proud of them!
   
What is the #LoveMe Challenge? 



The #LoveMe is a challenge to love yourself. Everyday there will be a prompt for you to look at yourself, embrace who you are, and hopefully help you learn that you are beautiful, you are amazing and you need to love who you are!

How do you participate in the #LoveMe Challenge?

Everyday during the month of February, there will be a different prompt.  You can share an instagram, a tweet, a blog or a video that was inspired by that prompt. Just make sure if when you share add the hashtag #LoveMe.

The #LoveMe Challenge originated over at Pepper Scraps, to learn more and join us - be sure to check it out!  By joining the #LoveMe Challenge today, you can learn more about yourself by sharing with others.

What are you proud of?

17 comments:

Rachel @ Following In My Shoes said...

They definitely sound like kids to be proud of! Cuties. :)

Lucero De La Tierra said...

What a wonderful thing to be proud of; so many kids are not as responsible and kind as you describe yours to be. It's a testament to the kind of parenting they've received. :)

Penelope said...

If your kids are respectful, you did a good job!

Mickey said...

That's wonderful! :) I'm proud of how kind and hard-working my children are.

Mom Foodie said...

I'm proud that despite her autism my daughter is a pretty happy kid without any major behavioral issues.

Anne - Mommy Has to Work said...

Sounds like you did a great job! My son has some issues with attitude but he's 13..

Kelsey Apley said...

Aw this is great. Sounds like you are a great momma! I hope if we have kids one day I can do a good job like you!

April Decheine said...

Nothing better than respectful children, great job!!

HilLesha said...

What a great challenge!

Theresa Gould said...

This is a great challenge and you are right to be proud of your kids, I love the photo by the way.

Colleen (Shibley Smiles) said...

I think we had the same thing this day!

Shell Feis said...

You definitely should be proud of them! You're doing a great job!

Ty Watson said...

You're doing an amazing job!

Raijean said...

This challenge looks like it was so much fun! I wish I had participated!

Brandy said...

keep up the great work. Glad to see you are sticking with this, seems like a great way to remind yourself to be happy. Today I am happy for my middle child, who has special needs, was happy all day for he most part. He laughed, smiled and I even got a picture with him in it smiling for the first time in ages!

Donna said...

I can see why you would be proud of them. I LOVE this photo!!!

Kathleen said...

What great kids you have, sounds like you definitely have many reasons to be proud of them.