For some reason, it seems easy to take care of someone else in comparison to caring for ourselves. During my experiences in childcare, I realized how important it was for me to make sure children had lunches full of vegetables, had time to be outside, had time to exercise, had time to relax, had time to do art. But rarely do I instill this in my own life.

I realize the habits I create for myself are the ones I truly pass down. Children learn from seeing what’s done, instead of being told what’s done. In some ways, I am my first daughter.

Take care of yourself like a first born,

Love yourself like you came from you – because you did.

How you raise a woman is based on how you treat a woman.

You are your first daughter.

What you teach her, Is based on what you teach yourself.

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