You understand the true sense of the saying “time flies” while watching your child grow up. You remember like yesterday when a cotton candy-like bundle was placed in your arms and you were told the three magical words: “It’s a girl!” And today you are planning her 10th birthday party.
How did time move so fast? When did she grow up? Have you done everything right so far? How do you prepare her for the adolescence? How do you prepare her for adulthood? How do you ensure you do not miss telling her anything?
With just two more years to go before she hits her teens, this is the right time to have some serious mom-daughter talk. She is old enough to understand what you are saying and young enough to mold herself to your advises and inputs.
Find below 15 things we at www.beingtheparent.com think you should tell your daughter before she becomes a teenager. Since this comes directly from the heart of a mother, we have not changed her perspective at all and have presented as a first person account:
We would love to hear from all moms out there! Please do let us know in comments if there is anything we missed.
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