International Women’s Day is a big deal in itself, but when you have a daughter, it’s even more important to take the time to soak it all up and really focus on the empowering, incredible message that it stands for.
You see your child, little or large is probably surrounded by wonderful women on a day to day basis so it’s fantastic to focus on this and what it REALLY means to be a woman. It doesn’t matter if she’s six months or sixteen, if both of you end up feeling loved, important, and confident on this day then that’s a win, win for us.
Books are a wonderful time to bond as well as being highly educational. The Little People, Little Leaders and Great Women Who Changed The World, are favourites in our household and are stories you can grow old with.
2. Pick out an empowering toy:
Sounds weird. But let your little one take the lead and choose something interesting. A football, a science kit or something fun for fancy dress. These kinds of choices can reiterate what your child should already know: she can do and be anything she wants to be.
3. What a Wonder Woman film:
The Princess and the Frog, Matilda, Mulan and more – There’s no shortage of feel good films for your daughter that share inspiring messages, teach important lessons, and empower children to be who and what they want to be.
4. Tell your little one you’re proud of them:
Obvious, we know. But children thrive off praise and it’s so important to make sure your little one knows how amazing they are. Take a moment to read affirmations, say ‘I love you’, and have a big cuddle.
5. Surround yourself with those ‘amazing’ women
Whether it be with nana, your cousin, or all of the aunties, make it special. If you’re not lucky enough to live near your female relatives, get them on FaceTime for a cup of tea and a catch up. Tell them why you’re grateful every day for them in your lives and celebrate womanhood!
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