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My duty as her momma is to pray she won’t let others drag her down. That she won’t listen to the voices of negativity outside (and inside) her own head.

I’ll show her the way. I’ll make her a path.

My duty as her momma is to pray she will run fearlessly into the purpose God has for her life.

I’ll show her the way. I’ll make her a path.

My duty as her momma is to pray she will always see her worth and that she will never let anyone take it from her.

I’ll show her the way. I’ll make her a path.

My duty as her momma is to pray she will stand up for herself when others try to step on her or snuff out her sunshine.

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I’ll show her the way. I’ll make her a path.

My duty as her momma is to pray she will focus on the beauty that is within, so much so that it shines from the insides to her outsides.

I’ll show her the way, I’ll make her a path.

My duty as her momma is to pray she won’t try to define herself by a number on the scale or any other external factor.

I’ll show her the way. I’ll make hear a path.

My duty as her momma is to pray she will be kind but that she also won’t let others trample over her.

I’ll show her the way, I’ll make her a path.

My duty as her momma is to pray she will learn the importance of taking care of herself while she is so busy taking care of everyone else.

I’ll show her the way. I’ll make her a path.

My duty as her momma is to pray she won’t ever let anyone control her, but that she will follow God’s lead and choose what is best for her life and her heart.

I’ll show her the way. I’ll make her a path.

My duty as her momma is to pray she’ll understand she doesn’t need a man to complete her. But also, that if she finds a good one, to hold onto him and learn to be on his team.

I’ll show her the way, I’ll make her a path.

My duty as her momma is to pray she will seek God first, above any other fallible human being or fleeting desire.

I’ll show her a way, I’ll make her a path.

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My duty as her momma is to pray she will find confidence in the God who made her and not in the voices of those around her . . . 

Because voices fade.

People disappoint.

But His love remains.

“Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it” (Proverbs 22:6, NIV).

Kali Dawson

Kali is a School Teacher, Pilates Instructor, Mama of two young children and a beautiful 2020 Baby. She is Married to her real-life Superhero. When she's not holding small hands or looking for raised hands you will find her writing fervently about faith and family. To read more, you can find her on Facebook at: Faith, Family, Freelance.

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