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Daily Prompt: Stylish in Pink

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Daily Prompt: Stylish in Pink

This is Dei’s first photo shoot when she was nine months old. I remember getting the pictures on my birthday. Smiling back then was really easy for her and I can make her wear anything I want.

Oh and I love her smile up to now. She just becomes a shy kid now  and will not smile on a stranger’s camera. She also loves pink since she knows that color. But, at the age of five years old, she decides what to wear now and will rather pick more comfortable and easy to wear clothes and shoes that are also colored pink.

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Daily Prompt: Miniature

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Daily Prompt: Miniature

One of my childhood dreams is to travel to the outer space. I thought about aliens and finding a new planet where humans can live, in case, earth is destroyed. A miniature rocket is a symbol of this once childhood dream.

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I Admire My Kids and It’s Right

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I Admire My Kids and It’s Right

​Somebody told me I don’t have to always tell my children how wonderful they are and proud of them. Instead, I should focus on letting them know their flaws and guide them to improve/find solutions to their problems. 

For me, it was the most ridiculous and cruel advice I heard. I love my children and I will not stop saying it to them. I will not limit my hugs and kisses. I will always tell them how much I admire and adore them. For me, that’s what every child deserves and that’s my preferred foundation of their characters.

I believe that their flaws are human nature and it is an ignorant move to expect a child to act  righteous and look good based on certain standards set by the community. It is also unfair to always look and mention the flaw of a child. Isn’t this what causes a child to develop insecurity? Inferiority? Depression? 

Admiration is a human nature as well. It is one of the positive things of humanity. Preventing to show one’s admiration as a form of discipline is unjustifiable.

 For that person who gave me that unwarranted advice, look at yourself first because who you are now is not really a pleasant result of your monstrous parenting tip. 
Daily Prompt: Admire