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Amelia says Good Morning.

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  1. I have a friend with two girls who are both very confident and intelligent and sure of who they are. They are both full of awesome!

  2. I am so very thankful that I have four neices who are all full of awesome. They have helped me to find my awesome again. They rock my life and world!

  3. My two daughters and my five granddaughters are all fully awesome. I also am blesses with a number of fully awesome female friends. They are all helping mom/grandma/girlfriend get her awesome back. Girl Power!!!

  4. I love this blog! As a mother of a 3 year old girl, it is both amazing and scary at the same time. She IS AWESOME, and the best part is she doesn’t even know it. But unfortunately are in a war with a world of selfishness, materialism, cruelty, commercialism and the media. If she doesn’t grow up knowing that she is strong, brilliant, beautiful, athletic, compassionate, kind, and full of opportunity, than I am at FAULT, I will have failed her.

    We have to combat a generation of little shits who are entitled, spoiled, lazy, have zero work ethic or accountabilty and are cruel. Why is whoring yourself out and passing out drunk on TV the norm. What has happened to us as a society! Where have we gone wrong?

    We should take lessons from generations that have come before us when men would tip their hats when they passed a lady on the street and women wore clothes that were classy and covered their asses. People had manners and respect. There is a lot to be learned from history. By not returning to those values we are doing a grave disservice to our children, both girls and boys.

    • You took the words right out of my mouth! Thank you

    • You are so right, and I totally agree, and feel the same way
      So what the hell are the parents, who let there daughters dress like little
      slxxts so young My daughter doesn’t. We go shopping and the clothes out there
      Im not buying What the hexx is wrong with the parents who do?
      Thank you for your comment I can’t agree more.

  5. Thank you for this. I have a 11 month old daughter whom I want to teach that being herself does not mean being promiscuous or that what she looks like is what matters in life. I will teach her to respect herself and her body as my mother taught me. She will not be a cheerleader. Rather play in a sport where others cheer for HER! Here’s to equality and strong smart women!!!!

  6. Here is an amazing article a friend gave me about how we as a society talk to our little girls. It is a good read and well worth the time. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/lisa-bloom/how-to-talk-to-little-gir_b_882510.html

  7. I have 3 daughters that I want to remind of how AWESOME they are !

  8. This article is INSPIRING to ALL!! It’s an uplifting article that I think should be given to every women before they enter adulthood and after that, once a year until they are 80 years of age. We all need to be reminded how awesome we really are and it doesn’t matter what’s on the outside just what’s AWESOME in us. ~ You need to write more of these articles.

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