Today's post? Not so funny. Heartwarming? Yes. Important? Double yes!
Spuds knows how important it is to make sure his daughters know they are beautiful. Inside AND out.
My parents never made a big deal about our looks. No "You're the most beautiful girls in the world"" or "You're so much prettier than XYZ!" I didn't grow up thinking looks were important.
But I'm a girl. I got to a point in my life where I knew I wasn't as pretty as some of the other girls in my class. I knew I didn't have a great body. Admittedly, no one ran screaming into the wind when they met me, but no one dropped dead of shock over how beautiful I was, either! If you ask me to describe myself, my description will always be the same: "I don't see Jaclyn Smith in the mirror in the morning, but young children don't run away screaming when they see me!"
When we get dressed up and my husband tells me I look pretty, my first and only thought is "Not pretty, but better than usual." I'm 50, soon to be 51, and it's taken me a long, long time to
Spuds doesn't want his daughters to grow up putting themselves down. He's one smart cookie. He knows how important it is that his girls know, with every fiber of their being, that they're beautiful, that their dad loves them and that he knows how beautiful they are. And he's going to make sure they remember... What a lovely gift from Daddy to his girls...
Read his post here...