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Changing the world, how fearless are you parenting?

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My best life’s work has been raising my boys. I take great pride in having these beautiful little pieces of me. I must say I am pretty hard on them when it comes to how they view the world around us. I encourage them to be confident, proud, fearless little boys. I dare them to open their hearts and love their neighbors.  I want them to see people past their color, disabilities, abilities and  not be quick to judge. I dare myself each day to become a better role model to my children. I dare myself to grow patience, practice positivity, become a doer not a sayer and mostly inspire.

I challenge my boys to not just see the glass half full, but to be part of a bigger story. Many days I fail, I have moments that I wish I could reverse time. I lose patience, spit out a curse word at the most inappropriate time and don’t always love thy neighbor. It’s moments like that where I know I am human, where I realize we are all mistake makers. As a parent I am fearless and seek out prayer, forgiveness and truth.  How fearless are you as a parent? 

I have to share this beautiful clip of the girls from Get Lit. My journey in life is more than just the title mom, I am an encourage-er, embrace-er, immerse-er, understand-er that dares to be a part of the bigger picture in our life’s journey, it’s fearless parenting!

 

Michelle

Michelle Cantu is a digital influencer, entrepreneur and business owner. She built a thriving community dedicated to supporting parents and inspiring moms to have it all, even on a budget. Michelle is in her fifth year of homeschooling her 4 kids with her husband right outside of San Antonio, Texas.
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5 thoughts on “Changing the world, how fearless are you parenting?

  1. My mother always sought to comfort but also provide a real view of the world around me, growing up. She knew exactly what I was old enough to begin comprehending and what I still needed shelter from. I hope to be a mother like that one day!

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