18 Things An Introverted Mom Wants Her Kids to Know


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Summer is here.  School is out.  Relationships fill my heart and time.  I can’t promise new and densely enriching posts every week.  I’ll be busy chasing kids and frogs and sprinkler haze. Living wide-eyed and spontaneously.  I doubt I’ll be able to stay away from writing entirely but if the week slips away from me in a summery slip and slide way, there may be some evergreening of old posts to fill your inboxes and dreamy minds.

For this week a list.  Simple but meaningful.

18 Things I Want My Kids to Know

1. It’s OK to spend time alone. You may need it to recharge. Anyone who tells you differently is jealous, afraid of being alone or  simply doesn’t understand. No matter what, it’s OK.

2. Alone does not mean lonely. Solitude may be the place where you are most alive.

3. You have to be a good friend…

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2 thoughts on “18 Things An Introverted Mom Wants Her Kids to Know

  1. Thank you for sharing my little list.:) I’ve been collecting these thoughts in my head for a long time. May they resonate with someone and possibly save some grief. 🙂

    1. You’re welcome. They certainly resonated with me as a parent. I wish I would have known these things many years ago.

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