Notice the AMAZING

Since the first day our youngest was born, we’ve told her (and anyone who will listen) how AMAZING she is. This has had a profound affect on my older children in regards to anything the baby does. They really do find her absolutely amazing, whether she’s smiling, walking, messing her pants (and her clothes and our clothes and the floor), or spitting up all over. (See here for a blog post I wrote about this.)

It’s our attitude that counts.

So I’ve decided to put more effort into pointing out all the amazing things all my children do. But why stop there? What about my spouse, my sister, my friends? What about myself? Let’s sit up and NOTICE THE AMAZING. I believe if we do this, we will see a lot more amazing things going on.

Love to hear from you if you do!

5 Responses to “Notice the AMAZING”

  1. Ioana

    What a great reminder! Thank you for posting this! I also love that you included to see the amazing in ourselves. It's so much easier to see it in others, but very hard to see ourselves as amazing. Thank you!
    ps: I LOVE your books!

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  2. Rachel Ann Nunes

    Thanks, Ioana. You're exactly right! Thanks for loving my books!

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  3. Kelly Nelson, author

    I loved this! The power of positive thinking at work. Thank you for sharing.

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  4. Julie Daines

    Don't they always say that kids should get 8 positive comments for every criticism from their parents? I often wonder how different so many lives would be if they got a little more positive feedback. This is a great goal!

    Loved Before I Say Goodbye!

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  5. Cami Checketts

    Thank you for the reminder. It is all a matter of perspective. My sister and I were talking about my husband the other day and she said, "You'd think he was cute if he farted." I laughed because he does do some of that and I don't think it's cute, but I really do want to focus on all the great things he and my boys do. If you look for good you will find it.
    Thanks again,
    Cami

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