• Sarah Sargent

    This is a beautiful look at how to talk to young girls about beauty and Jesus. And for yourself... I love what he says in the bottom in the quotes!

  • The Gogglette

    // a fabulous article on how to talk to little girls. "I love you. I love the way your hair rolls into ringlets and falls into your eyes. I love the way you read yourself books, even though you can’t read. I love the way you dance and twirl around the kitchen. I love the way you wave at cars that pass on our walks. I love the way you scream “Dad” in the middle of the night. I love the way you say “do it again” when we do something fun. I even love the permanent marker custom design you put on my new Mac. But as much as I love you, Jesus loves you more. I sacrifice a lot because I love you, but Jesus sacrificed everything because he loves you. So if somewhere along the way you fail a test or love a boy who does not love you back or have a mastectomy or develop Alzheimers or gain some weight or lose a job, you will still hold infinite value because Jesus loves you. No matter what. You are loved exactly as you are. Always.”

  • Cindy Santelmann

    if you read the article "how to talk to little girls," (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/lisa-bloom/how-to-talk-to-little-gir_b_882510.html) read this next. i had thoughts in the same vein as this writer after reading the aforementioned article. in essence, i want my daughter (and son) to know that neither beauty, nor brains, nor morality will fulfill them or make them worthy, important, or ultimately accepted. we are worthy in Jesus. and that is enough. just pinning this because i want to remem...

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