Each of my girls are extraordinary.
I wake up each day feeling so lucky to be their mom and I love celebrating extraordinary kids… yours and mine! They are all awesome! There are so many moments that I have stopped and thought how special a moment is that we are sharing. From the everyday “I love you’s” to the moments where my heart literally skips a beat, each of them is special.
Just last week my little one and I were sharing a snack and she turned to me and out of nowhere told me that she is so happy to have me as her momma because she never has to be scared because she knows I will always keep her safe and happy. And then she gave me a huge hug!
My heart practically melted.
There are so many things that we as parents have to do to raise our children, and yet at that moment, I felt like the most important of those aspects are that my daughters know that they are loved and safe and that I will always be there for them.
That was a moment that I will never forget!
What makes your kid extraordinary isn’t just the epic stuff. It’s the little things. The small moments that maybe only you see — and quietly celebrate every day. Life is made up of little moments that make for a happy life.
Stanford Children’s Health totally gets this and is helping to celebrate all kids!
I made a video for my extraordinary kid sharing some of our special moments. You can see it here. Your kid is extraordinary. Show them how much you enjoy every moment together by creating a special video of your own!
Did you know that Stanford Children’s Health and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford has been the top-ranked children’s hospital in Northern California for over a decade? Pretty cool right? It’s also the largest Bay Area healthcare provider with an exclusive focus on children and expectant women. Whether your visit is routine or rare, Stanford Children’s Health is committed to providing extraordinary care for healthier happy lives.
What makes your kid extraordinary?
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.