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|Posted on April 8, 2013 at 7:23 PM||comments ()|
Click on the link above to hear my friend and fellow mom of 3 kids, Lauren, share her ideas on kids and accountability.
How many times, even as adults, do we not take accountability for our actions? Many times I am faced with situations where I have to stop and make sure I am taking accountability for my actions. Whether it is a choice we make at work, in our daily life or with your kid. Take accountability for your actions. Teaching our kids to do this now will make them be better adults. They will be able to survive better in all areas of life. The responsibility of taking accountability will effect them personally, in school and then eventually in the business world. There are many adults I know that do not take accountability for their actions, as I watch in disbelief, I want to ask them "Are you kidding me?" You can't tell you are the reason for that mistake or reaction to your action"....Now I am not perfect, nor do I pretend to be, but as I grow older, I have realized that taking accountability makes me a better person, mother, wife and will teach my daughter to be a better kid, friend and eventually, adult. Make the time to take the time and teach your kids to be accountable for their actions, no matter what the result of their action is. Thanks for stopping by at Moms, kids and friends, "Where moms get together and share ideas about kids and life". All of my best, Dyan
|Posted on March 26, 2013 at 1:18 PM||comments ()|
Hi and Welcome to Moms, Kids and Friends, where moms get together and share ideas about kids and life. Thank you for joining me today as I launch my video blog of Moms, Kids and Friends. I have had this vision for a long time of moms getting together and sharing ideas after many play dates with my mom friends and after meeting people on my daily journeys throughout life. Women, men and kids that have inspired me to be a better person, mother and friend. This idea came to me as my mom friends and I would sit around and gab about what has worked for us in all areas of life...manners, accountability, responsibilities, craft ideas, naps.... whatever our daily, weekly, monthly challenges have been. My hope is that you will take away some wonderful ideas and use them in your journey of motherhood. I also would love to hear from you of what has worked in your role as a mother, after all, we are the most important person in shaping our children today, for a better tomorrow for us all. Have a wonderful day! All my best Dyan