Less Than 100% Perfect

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“I wish there were two of me and 48-hour days
so I could get everything done.
But for me, I have to not try and think that everything
has to be 100% perfect all the time
and leave room for error.
As long as my kids feel loved and a priority,
everything really is secondary.”
~ Jessica Alba,
Actress, Entrepreneur & Philanthropist
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The Right Woman & The Right Time

“I always wanted to be a father and thought it would be great,
but it just took the right woman
and the right time to make it all happen.”
~ Matthew McConaughey,
Actor, Director, Producer, Writer &
Founder – just keep livin Foundation

Hours with Your Child(ren)

I am a full-time mom; that is my first job. The most important job ever.
I started my business when he started school.
When he is in school, I do my meetings, my sketches, and everything else.
I cook him breakfast. Bring him to school. Pick him up.
Prepare his lunch. I spend the afternoon with him.
I do it myself.
You know, those hours with your child are really important ones,
even if it’s just the two of you, being quiet in the car together.
~ Melania Trump,
Model (former), Jewelry Designer &
First Lady of the United States (2017 – )

Wonderful Children

“I’m a single parent, a working mother, an executive, and an author.
My greatest accomplishment will be to raise three wonderful children.”
~ Ivana Trump,
Businesswoman, Fashion Designer, Jewelry Designer, Author, & Fashion Model

Hearts Forever Outside

“They say, once you have a child,
your heart is forever outside your body.
I totally understand that now.”
~ Kristi Yamaguchi
a.k.a Kristine Tsuya Yamaguchi,
Ladies’ Singles U.S. Olympic Champion (1992), World Champion (1991 & 1992),
U.S. Champion (1992), World Junior Pairs Skating Champion (1988),
National Pairs Skating Champion (1989 & 1990),
& U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame Inductee (2005),
Founder – Always Dream Foundation, Author,
Asian Excellence Awards (2008), Sonja Henie Award (2008),
Thurman Munson Award, Women’s Sports Foundation Flo Hyman Award,
& Great Sports Legends Award

The Greatest Legacy

“The greatest legacy one can pass on
to one’s children and grandchildren
is not money or other material things
accumulated in one’s life,
but rather a legacy of character and faith.”
~ William Franklin “Billy” Graham, Jr.,
Evangelist, Orator & Author

Succeed at Home, Too!

“No amount of success can compensate for failure at home.”
~ Nathaniel Bronner, Sr.,
Founder & President – Bronner Brothers (1947–1993)

Good, Hard, Honest

“Work hard, be honest, and keep good company.”
~ Mr. & Mrs. Gene Bronner,
Farmer & Homemaker

Reflecting What They View

“We always seem to be a bit surprised that our children are reflecting stuff that we are showing them.
I don’t know about you, but every movie that I saw when I was a kid, I emulated.
I was Haley Mills for an entire summer and had an English accent.”
~ Cheryl Ladd,
Actress, Singer and Author

Inherited Kid-Wrinkles!

Doris Day quote, "Gratitude is riches. Complaint is poverty."
“Wrinkles are hereditary. Parents get them from their children.”
~ Doris Day
a.k.a Doris Mary Ann Kappelhoff
,
Actress, Singer, Animal Rights Activist and Hotelier
~ Image courtesy of Wikipedia Commons