My Rainbow After Storm

646My daughter and I had a “girl talk” moment.  We haven’t had one in long time so I was eager to hear what my daughter wanted to share.

Update:  Remember the Bully?

I blogged about here.  I will call her “C” .

The “frienenemie”= friend+enemy?

I blogged about here.     I will  call her “J”.

After both incidents, both  “C” and “J” became self-proclaimed BFF for my daughter.  I informed  my daughter to keep good friendship with them,  try to look  pass what they did  but, always be aware and be careful.


The Girl Talk

Daughter:  Mommy,  I think “C” is a sad girl.  She is worried that no one will be nice to her if she is not a bully.  I talk to her and share other ways to make friends.  But mommy, I can only help her so much.           I can’t do all the work for her.  I am nice but I also let her know when she is taking too much of my time.

“J” has too much masks, just like Mother Gothel in the movie “Tangled.”  She pretends to be nice and happy but I know they are fake.  When you are really happy,  you laugh from your belly not your throat and when you really like someone, you show with your actions.  That is how you can be a reliable friend.

Me: speechless… with tears of joy in my heart.

Daughter:  Mommy, you will love me even when I am really bad, right?

Me: Yes, even when I am upset with you , I love you!   IF  I don’t love you , there is no need for me to get upset with your bad actions.  Mommy will be there for you but, remember, you will always have to do your part too.

Daughter:  Yes, I know.

  • It was heartbreaking for me to see my girl go through such stressful times.  It was even more difficult  when I did not get the support from people whom I trusted.
  • The thought of my girl watching me motivated me to look past the storm.
  • I am thankful to know that this storm has made my daughter and me stronger and wiser.

About Stephanie Park

Hi, How are you? Thank You for visiting my profile. I am a Stay at Home Mother who loves keeping things real, pure, and simple. This is my vision. “How you do ANYTHING is How you do EVERYTHING!” I work from home, and help people by sharing and showing how to build an empires from their living room/ home office with nothing more than a computer or a laptop, an internet connection, and an unstoppable passion to succeed. My dream and passion is in sharing my gratitude I’ve learned from my journey as a "Online Networker" while staying at home with my family and empower everyone to discover their own hidden talents and create/ celebrate their success. If you find comfort in my vision… please stop by my Facebook page or call my home office and share your thoughts with me. >>>> (719) 544 - 2002 Looking forward to connecting with you soon!
This entry was posted in Character Building & Parenting, Child Development and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

One Response to My Rainbow After Storm

  1. Pingback: How to Help Your Girl During Stressful Times | Simple Planner

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s