~Favorite Quote #14~

Favorite #Quotes Inspiration Daughters Strength

I have two of these lovely creatures.  And as much as I want to protect them from the world, I know that I must also teach them about it.  

~About the good, the bad, and the ugly that exists within it.~  

~To not be afraid of who they are and to always strive to be the best person they can be.~ 

~To always love themselves and to love those around them who cherish who they are.~

~To always be a great friend, listen instead of just speak, but speak up when needed.~

~To defend themselves against those who will be out to destroy their spirit.~

~To get back up, brush themselves off, and try again…never ever give up.~

~To always know they can rely on themselves when there’s no one else to rely on.~

~To be strong, fierce, and independent women.~

This is a part of the fabulous weekly linky #candidcuddles that I enjoy linking up to every week with my friends:

Becky at Cuddle Fairy

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Katie at Growing Up Kater Tot

If you haven’t connected with them yet…I highly recommend you get to it!

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I am a mother of 5, a wife to 1, and a fully certified domesticated momster who likes to blog about motherhood, marriage, and anything else that pops into my crazy head all with a side of sarcasm and a glass of wine.

27 thoughts on “~Favorite Quote #14~”

  1. I think this quote and everything you wrote is so beautiful. It is so hard raising children to be fierce independent adults when there is so many others trying to push them down. I am visiting from #CandidCuddles

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  2. I love this quote! It’s so important to raise our children to be strong, independent but also to be honest, compassionate, to stand up for themselves when necessary, and understanding. These are the things I strive to teach to my boys. Your girls are lucky to have such a strong mom to teach them how to be strong women. Thanks for on #Candid Cuddles

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  3. Trista, this is one of my favorite blog posts ever! Seriously. Every single one of your “topics” on teaching your daughters is spot on and exactly how I want to raise my little girl. You said everything so perfectly. It’s like you read my mind and wrote it on your blog! I’ll be pinning this to my parenting board as well as the Candid Cuddles board! ❤ Thank you so much for linking up with #candidcuddles! xx

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    1. Thank you Katie! I appreciate that and am so flattered! Raising my daughters to be strong women is so important to me! Thank you so much for the awesome comment and for being a wonderful hostess of #candidcuddles!


  4. A lovely quote here Trista! I’m doing my best to raise my daughter to be strong, independent and emotionally stable. You have a good list of things to teach our girls. I will take note and add this to my pinterest board!

    Angela from http://www.daysinbed.com 🙂

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  5. The quote is fabulous Trista, and I love the image of your girls & the fonts you used – the whole graphic is fantastic! What you wrote made me tear up, it’s just what I want to teach my daughter. Thank you so much for the lovely shout out! We love having you link up every week, it is a group of friends sharing thoughts & feelings – such a special group! #candidcuddles x

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    1. I agree! It was a great idea you had when you made the linky! And you and Katie I have grown to admire so much as blogging friends and you both do such a great job hostessing together. Thank you for your wonderful comment Becky I really appreciate it!

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    1. I think every mother can truthfully say that 😉 I just want to try and teach them to be a “better” version of myself. I have grown up dealing with my own insecurities about everything only to realize, now at 40 something, that I should have been embracing myself this whole time. Thank you for popping over for a visit! I love #candidcuddles.


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