THE AWESOME MOM’S 2 SIMPLE INGREDIENTS…

HOW TO

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PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY

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Yes…You! 

The one who loves her kids with a passion, cheers loudest at their games, takes their phones for bad grades, says no when they’re begging for candy, expects the best, expects mistakes, reflects on her mothering style, is involved, embarrasses them because she loves them, knows their friends…and teaches them to do their own laundry at birth?

(oh, wait.  that’s me.)

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 2 simple household ingredients will get them to understand their role in any life situation…good or bad!

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