Pure Love

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Hi everyone!

Goodness, it’s been such a long time since I’ve written anything. I’ve been busy soaking up all the love I can get from my 3 babies (and recently going back to work full time). Some of you may know that since I last wrote, I welcomed another sweet soul into my family; a little girl! She’s quite literally a bubble of inherent joy; always smiling, dancing, singing, hugging and blowing kisses. Becoming a mother for the third time reaffirmed my parenting philosophy and technique… which I have long wanted to share with the world but never really quite knew where to start.

Recently, a very dear friend of mine helped me realize what pure love is and boom! it hit me… that’s the absolute best and most concise way to explain how I parent. Pure love. What is pure love you ask? Well…

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Pure love is freedom.

The only absolute truth,
is pure love.

Pure love is free.
Pure love is grateful.
Pure love is kind.

It does not remember the past,
it does not know the future,
it only feels the present.

Relinquish control, give freedom.
Overcome fear, be grateful.
Make peace with your inner truth,
show kindness.

You are beautiful.
You are unique.
You are valued.
You are safe.

Feel, trust, let go,
and shine your light as bright as can be.  

pure love.

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I think as parents we get caught up in our own fears and expectations; fear of judgement, fear of pain, fear of failure, fear of rejection... the list goes on and on… and it’s because of those fears that we seek to control, leaving our kids unable to deal with their emotions and leaving us completely drained.

I’ll let this information sit with you for a while. Think about it, and if you have any thoughts or questions, please feel free to leave them in the comments section below. I’ll be writing more posts about this, and how I parent my children in the near future. My purpose isn’t to pretend I’m a better parent than others, but simply to provide other parents with alternatives to help them through the challenges of parenting.