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Being a mum is hard work. Yes, we love every single minute of it, but it should come with a manual - especially when it comes to life lessons you need to teach your child. 

 

From showing them how to tie their laces to working the dishwasher, being a mum means you are constantly teaching your child the things they need to grow into strong, healthy adults. 

 

But there are a few that are of upmost importance; things that will mould and shape your youngster into adults you are proud of. 

 

1. To say no

 

2. To not be afraid of trying new things - facing fears will mould and shape them

 

3. To say yes - to new food, friends and love

 

 

4. To do what they believe in - no matter what others may think 

 

5. To wear what they want. Always.

 

6. To push themselves as far as they can go

 

7. To never feel like they can’t do something

 

8. To never give up. Ever.

 

9. To be kind - to everyone, especially those who are unkind to them

 

 

10. To help others - even those who they don’t think deserve it

 

11. To read - and love books

 

12. To dance - in the rain

 

13. To love - regardless of gender, status, colour, religion 

 

14. To laugh

 

 

15. To admit when they are wrong

 

16. To apologise when they do wrong

 

17. To walk away from people who bring them down

 

18. To be who they are

 

 

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