Parenting is hard! Most days, it will feel like no one appreciates you. But you don’t need to wait for approval from others! Self-praise or positive parenting affirmations can be highly effective if you practice them regularly.
As moms, we are seriously underappreciated. We get caught up in our day-to-day routines of work, cooking, cleaning, and everything else we are expected to do. No one notices what we do until or unless we stop doing it.
It is very trying, but positive parenting affirmations can help to settle you and keep you in a positive mindset.
Benefits of parenting affirmations
- Parenting affirmations help you stay positive.
- They increase your motivation to hit your parenting goals.
- They help to keep your focus on your objectives as a parent.
- They keep your thoughts concentrated on the positive aspects of parenting.
- They convert your negative thinking habits to positive thoughts.
- They help you feel good about yourself and increase your self-confidence as a parent.
Positive affirmations for moms
I treasure my children as the unique individuals they are.
I listen to my children and give them full attention.
I often hug my children and express my love and admiration for them.
Loving myself is the greatest gift I can give to my child.
I am grateful that I can provide for my children to keep them healthy and feeling loved.
I am calm in any situation.
Our home is a safe and peaceful haven.
I am a wonderful and supportive parent.
I actively communicate with my children.
I am an awesome parent.
My partner and I are good role models for our children.
It may not seem like it in the moment, but I know the time I’m investing with my children matters.
I’m the calm in the chaos.
I let my children make mistakes because they learn from them.
I love how much joy being a parent brings into my life.
I am grateful for my children.
I’m the best mom for my children.
I can solve problems by simply loving my children.
All my children feel safe and cared for by me.
I am building a legacy of love.
I understand the personality of my child.
I understand the needs of my children and I respect them.
My children don’t want perfect. They want me.
I have patience when I need it most.
Good moms have bad days too.
It’s okay to ask for help when I need it.
I take time to care for my own needs which makes me a better parent.
I am proud to be a parent.
I am willing to learn and grow as a parent and a human.
I express love to my children as often as I can.
I love my children unconditionally and support them in everything they do.
I am a confident parent.
I’m constantly growing in my parenting role.
I dedicate enough time to my children.
My children are confident in my love for them.
It’s easy for me to praise my child and tell them how well they are doing.
It’s okay to take care of me.
I understand my child’s rhythm and don’t push them too hard.
I am a great role model for my children.