This week, The Morning Thing is honoring Moms. Today, we shared some inspiration from imom.com – 25 Affirmations for Mom.
If we are honest, we tend to be self-critical, especially with how we handle Motherhood.
Author Mary Jo Wyse gives us a two-part challenge:
#1 – Start giving yourself affirmations every day. Pick one or two from the list below.
#2 – Use these affirmations to praise someone else. Recognize another Mom.
Click HERE to read the full article.
1. I’m doing the best I can.
2. I don’t need to be perfect.
3. I work hard to teach my kids to be good people.
4. I am the best mom for my kid(s).
5. God made me a mom for a reason.
6. I make mistakes just like everyone else.
7. Discipline is hard to follow through with, but I’m trying.
8. I’m lovable.
9. Trying counts and I try hard to be a good role model for my kids.
10. I’m not always patient with my kids, but I’m trying.
11. I’m glad I can admit my mistakes to my kids because it teaches them humility.
12. Not every moment of the day needs to be productive. I’m allowed down time and silence.
13. I work hard at creating happy memories for my kids.
14. I’m my kids’ best advocate.
15. I’m teaching my kids with the best tools I have.
16. I don’t need to spend money to create a happy home. My hugs and affection go a long way.
17. I am God’s beautiful creation.
18. Every day that I pour love and attention into my kids, they grow a bit stronger and more capable.
19. I’ve had to work at this job of motherhood, but I’ve done well so far.
20. I can’t prevent every mishap from occurring in my child’s life, but that’s OK.
21. When I slip up, it becomes a teaching moment for my kids. I have lots of opportunities to teach my kids! That makes them so lucky to have me as a mom.
22. I am not my mother, my sister, or anyone else. I do motherhood my own way.
23. I’m learning.
24. I’m getting better at this day after day, week after week. I will continue to improve year after year.
25. I’m a good mom.
Philippians 4:6-8 – Don’t worry about anything; instead, pray about everything. Tell God what you need, and thank him for all he has done. Then you will experience God’s peace, which exceeds anything we can understand. His peace will guard your hearts and minds as you live in Christ Jesus.
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