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Last Updated on September 25, 2016 by karissa ancell
We made it to the half way mark of the April challenge. As a special shout out I want to say thank you to these bloggers who participated in many of the days. I’m linking up to their homepage and I hope you will go through and read their posts from the challenge.
It feels good and putting my focus on posts for the challenge has freed my mind up to come up with ideas for the blog through the next few months. I’ve already seen an increase of 200% in page views since the beginning of the year and I want to keep up the trend. If you want to advertise your blog or business on my blog go here and with the code thanks save 35%. With the increase in traffic that’s a lot of people being exposed to your blog or business. I really want to put a lot of my focus into helping other bloggers and small business owners grow their business. So if you ever have any questions for me my email is in the advertise section but I’ll put it here as well [email protected]
So on to today’s prompt. I’m curious what did your parents teach you or did you learn from them about being a parent. Even if your not a parent what did you learn from them and how they parented you.
One thing my mom use to say a lot to my sister’s and I was ” I might not always like you or what you are doing but I always love you.
Even though I understood what she meant when she was saying it while I was younger, I don’t think I fully did until I had my own child. Even though Bella is a good kid the majority of the time there are still moments where she drives me insane but I also could not love anyone more than I love her. I did not like her very much this evening while she was crying and throwing a tantrum over nothing but she still is my bug who I love to bits. So I learned that there can be a difference between liking and loving your kids. I feel both like and love most of the time but she has her moments like all kids.
That was probably the biggest lesson I took away from my parents. So how about you guys what lessons did you learn.