Gone are the days of the perfect parent: enter the era of celebrating your ‘mom flaws’. #ParentsIRL is all about what parenthood is REALLY like, because what we once thought of as ‘imperfections’—stretch marks, using dry shampoo—are just proof that you’re living your life as a mindful, loving parent.
As you practice good deeds in front of your children, they'll begin to notice and even mirror your actions. Here are simple ways to model kindness.
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These simple ideas teach your children to be nice, generous people, one good deed at a time.
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Kindness is a superpower kids can choose every day to make themselves and others feel good. Flag these ideas to prepare for Random Acts of Kindness Day 2019 on February 17.
After witnessing a mommy-shaming IRL go down in her local Starbucks, Rachel Hollis took to Facebook with a video rant about parents who judge each other.
It isn't just the kids who need to show kindness to one another this school year, as two moms' viral post reminds us.
Stop the shaming.
With only a tube of toothpaste, Amy Beth Gardner taught her daughter the power of using words for good—not only in middle school but in life.
A woman named Natasha Crittenden Wilson happened to see a random act of kindness at her doctor's office, took a photo, and the rest is viral history.