How do you want your children to remember you?


Posted by mom260932, 5th August 2017


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  • I want them to remember that I have always have (and always will) love them, give them what they need but not necessarily what they just want, spend as much time with them as practical, and teach them good manners + right from wrong, partly so they will be accepted by other people. They will be encouraged to do well in their education but not bullied into being what I want them to be.



  • I want both my children to remember me as a women who loves them and has always wanted them to be the best they can be.



  • That I was there. Whether school events, extra curricular, holidays, days out….I was there.



  • As someone who doesn’t let others control her, and who doesn’t give up on following her passions.



  • As somebody who loved him unconditionally and always put him first. Also as someone who faced many challenges, but always made the best of a situation with only him in mind and never gave up.



  • That I always loved them, and tried my best for them.



  • I want them to remember me individually and in their own unique way.



  • I would like my child to remember how I always try to encourage her to pursue the things she’s interested in, to learn about and explore the world.



  • I think just how much I’ve always loved her. :-)


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