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Friday, January 30, 2015

Always: Like A Girl! Join the Conversation and Enter the Giveaway #LikeAGirl #PGMom

It's the SuperBowl weekend!  It always a fun day for my family - we make all kinds of yummy appetizers and a football shaped cake for dessert.  My son loves watching the game, the rest of us may just be watching for the commercials and enjoy the food.  This Sunday, while we are watching the big game (and commercials), be sure to take note of a new commercial from Always.
 
   It highlights that being a girl is a pretty great thing! 
Being a mom of two girls, I want to encourage them to reach for the stars and seek their full potential in anything and everything they do.   It wasn't that long ago, that I was in high school and being encouraged to seek a career path as a secretary.  (Nothing wrong with being a secretary - I did it.)   The bottom line is be and do what you want.  Girls can be whoeever they want.  I never want my girls to feel they are expected to act or be a certain way just because of their gender.  

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37 comments:

Amy C said...

I always say that no matter what they should always dream and reach for those dreams because nothing is impossible.

flowerchild said...

I tell that they can do anything they put their minds to, if they put in the time and effort

Stephanie LaPlante said...

Remind them of all the wonderful things about them. Confidence brings strength.

Glogirl said...

I encourage my sister to be strong and confident in who she is. She is valued and loved unconditionally.

Karla S said...

I tell my niece how beautiful she is ,and she can do anything she wants,and to be proud of herself!

Tinatchick said...

Encourage, don't criticize

Sue2Sueper said...

I encourage my daughter by telling her to try your best and be proud.

Erika E said...

I tell my niece that she can do anything she wants and encourage her to be herself.

Lori Butler said...

i don't have daughters, but tons of nieces, and I constantly remind them they can DO anything their heart desires.

Alessandrina said...

By encouragement and positive talks!
Cheers.
~Dreena~

charity k said...

give them encouragement

Flo said...

I tell them to follow their dreams. Everything within reason is possible.

Cheryl MacPhail said...

I lead but example that girls can do whatever they set there minds to. I graduated top of my carpentry class :)

Bee W Bedard said...

I remind them hos strong and brave they are :)

Angela M said...

I talk to my daughter about her dreams and goals. I try to lead by example as well.

Heidi Carlson-Reid said...

I would tell them to pursue their dreams no matter what the obstacles are that may be in their way.

kathy downey said...

I tell my daughters they can do anything they put their minds,nothing is impossible if you work hard

Kelly PC said...

Lol, I don't have a daughter or a sister, but I try to encourage my neices but they are still very young

jana24 said...

I try to encourage and motivate them to keep trying and don't like other people's opinions make them think they can't do anything they set their mind to

Paula Schuck said...

I like my girls to stay active and they are strong girls in more ways than one so when we have those moments of worry about girly kinds of esteem issues I remind them - what can you do? What are you good at? You are a junior black belt. You are fantastic at swimming and diving.

tobyhir said...

I have two daughters and a sister and I show them by example! Don't let nothing stand in your way of your goals!

Nic said...

I try to lead by example.

verycutekitties said...

encouraging them and setting an example

Nicolthe pickle said...

By just reminding them that they can do it. Take a deep breath and try again.

Darlene Schuller said...

I like to point out things they've already accomplished after believing they couldn't. I relate inspirtational stories, as well as the typical verbal support we give as parents.

Amy Brown said...

I encourage my daughter to believe in herself and try her hardest.

karine123 said...

Always encourage them to reach for the stars!

outasite said...

we reach for the stars by trying our best at everything

Gillian Morgan said...

I tell Sophie everyday that she can be whoever she wants to be and do whatever she wants to do.

Jenness Mills said...

I teach my daugher to never give up!

Salad For Breakfast said...

I encourage them to follow their dreams, to strive for the best and to learn from their mistakes.

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Debbie said...

I tell my daughter that there is nothing wrong with not succeeding, as long as you try.
(Debbie W)

Tanis S said...

I tell my nieces to be themselves and they can be or do anything they want!

Lisa Smith said...

I tell my daughter she is great!

Brenda Penton said...

I don't have a daughter or neice, but if I did, I would encourage them to not let anything get in their way.

Doris Humber said...

I teach them to never give up and to be proud.

Jenny Major said...

encouragement, positive attitude