I’m not the type of mother that completely restricts television from my children.
I haven’t hired a coach to prepare them to be accepted into the most elite schools in the city.
My husband and I try not to drill our 2 and 4 year old’s full of lessons at every free second of the day.
I allow my children to get messy out side, and indoors as well. If they choose to paint on something other than the paper in front of them, it’s not the end of the world.
They choose what they like to do, and I’ve given them the freedom of finding what makes them happy in every sense.
I let my children attend school with their face paint from the night before, because they feel special and pretty and want to show their friends.
I am a human mother.
I see a strong, vibrant light in the eyes of each of them, and I will do whatever it takes to keep that light shining as bright as possible.
Even though I may be gentle in my approach, never underestimate my own tiger within. She is fierce and swift, and will go to any lengths to defend and protect her babies.
I am a human mother, with tiger tendencies.