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The girl in me

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Hey moms,
Today, I want to share my one inner feeling with you... in your busy schedules being moms, loving your children, caring for your husband, looking after parents, have you ever felt about your own self? have you ever missed your own child hood and finally have you ever missed BEING MOM'S LITTLE GIRL? Mom's princess who had no responsibilities who could do what ever she wanted to do, what ever she wished had to be accomplished...
If yes, then you had an awesome childhood and great parents too...who adored you to bits...

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Hello,
 I am not the one who used to be a mom's little girl. I am dad's little girl smile I missed those bonding moments with my father watching tv. We both love watching wrestling. When I was a little girl, sitting on the lap of my father, I am covering my face because Undertaker (wrestler) is on the screen.I am afraid of him because he have a coffin, and lying there. But very happy seeing our favorite Shawn Micheals a.k.a. Heart Break Kid on the ring.
Things on my childhood I won't forget. Now, I am a mother of a little girl named Shawn. Her name comes after our (me and my father) favorite wrestler Shawn Micheals.

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Woww...Shawn is a nice name..  I used to be both mom and dad's little girl.. Both love me a lot and with both I had different interests.. When dad used to come back home I rushed to him and hugged him then spent my time with him until I slept.. I do this now as well when visit my parents...

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4 (edited by yutenaj 2016-12-20 12:44:50)

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I am not totally Mom's little girl. It is because I have a younger sister. My parents never shows us who is their favorite daughter among us two.

I really miss the bonding times we had when we were still young, the activities that we do together as a family. 
There were no regrets on the memories.


Now that we have our families, you put together all the positive learning you adapted from them - from taking care of yourself and now taking care of your family. 

To integrate the part that when I build a family soon, these values that my parents that brought us up will be learned by the next generation.

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