Raising daughters (well children in general) has always been intimidating to me. • How do I teach them to be strong, brave, courageous, and independent yet soft, gentle, and humble? • How do I not allow the insecurities that I am I still tackling to affect them and shape them? • How do I teach them to bend but not break, to refuse to accept the limits that others place on them, while still being quick to learn and listen to those that are older and wiser than them. • I still don’t have the answers to these all of these questions and most days am not sure if I am even coming close to hitting the mark. But I am so encouraged to see how God is shaping them and making all of these things and more a true part of who they are. And I am so grateful that He saw fit to allow me to be there, beside them through it all. •

Raising daughters (well children in general) has always been intimidating to me. •

How do I teach them to be strong, brave, courageous, and independent yet soft, gentle, and humble? •

How do I not allow the insecurities that I am I still tackling to affect them and shape them? •

How do I teach them to bend but not break, to refuse to accept the limits that others place on them, while still being quick to learn and listen to those that are older and wiser than them. •

I still don’t have the answers to these all of these questions and most days am not sure if I am even coming close to hitting the mark. But I am so encouraged to see how God is shaping them and making all of these things and more a true part of who they are. And I am so grateful that He  saw fit to allow me to be there, beside them through it all. •

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