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A Parent’s Promise: I’m Lovin’ It

 

Being a parent isn’t always easy.  I hope and pray that one day our kids understand why we’ve done what we’ve done, said what we’ve said, and why we’ve even been hard on them at times.

So, when I saw this poster at JoelFelix.com I knew I needed to have it!

parent promise posterphoto via JoelFelix.com

For now, I have it hanging in my office, but I plan to make a new picture wall in our family room some time, and I will incorporate it in there.

Parents Promise hanging

The 6″ x 23″ silk-screened poster comes in pink or teal, and is a steal for $20.  I think it would make a great baby gift for any new parents! Purchase at JoelFlix.com

 I absolutely LOVE this quote and how beautiful it looks screen printed as a poster!

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I’m Lovin’…….The Parent’s Promise Poster

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Let us know what you’re lovin’ this week!

*Don’t forget to come back over the weekend for the I’m Lovin’ It Wrap Up post……where I feature a few of the great links!!

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Cheryl Sousan

A self-proclaimed neat freak, Cheryl chronicles her journey through homemaking on her blog, TidyMom.net, where she shares recipes, tutorials, crafting and her ever-growing love for photography. This St. Louis mom juggles her passion for life, her daughters and her tiger-loving husband, all while her obsession with tidiness cleans up the trail blazed behind her. Google+

37 comments

  1. I love that sign! That sums up all that is a parent.
    Thanks for hosting. I hope you and your family are having a great summer and that your trip to NY goes well.

  2. Oh my gosh I absolutely love the sign. The message and design are gorgeous.
    thanks so much for hosting :)

    marissa

  3. Loving all the fun typography in that print. Thanks for hosting, Cheryl.

  4. I love the message of this sign!
    The colors and typography are lovely as well, and I even love the simple black thumb tacks you used!
    Thanks for hosting, Cheryl!

  5. What a fabulous sign – great message and cute to boot! Thanks so much for the party Cheryl. Have a great weekend!

  6. Love it. I want one for my office

  7. Thank you so much for hosting this party Cheryl! I love that print! Have a fantastic weekend! Angie xo

  8. Love it! Thanks for hosting.

  9. What a fabulous sign – I have seen that before, but never thought to hang it up! Brilliant

  10. I love that sign. I am a big fan of it’s sayings. When mine complained I would just tell them they can whine about it on Oprah one day. Rules are rules. Love it.

  11. That is a fabulous sign!!! I love it!!! Thank you for hosting the party!!!

  12. Thank you so much for hosting, Cheryl! :)
    xo! Vanessa

  13. I really love that sign too! I think it says it all. I would hang it in my kitchen I think, since that’s the heart of the family! Thanks for hosting!

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  17. I absolutely LOVE that sign and will definitely be ordering one. I agree with a previous comment, I think I would love it to hang somewhere to be seen by all who enter our home, possibly entryway/foyer. Thanks for hosting the party!

  18. Cheryl,
    thanks so much for hosting! I’m so happy to be able to participate this week!
    Love the sign! Boundaries need to be set in place early on, so that issues are prevented as our children grow. Each of my children have said at one time or another, “I hate you!” and knowing that it was only said out of anger, I am confident that I always took the correct steps to discipline instead of being their friend. It has definitely paid off now that they are well into their teenage years and just beyond since I couldn’t be happier or more proud of them and the choices they have made growing up.

  19. Thanks for hosting, Cheryl! Can’t wait to see you next weekend at the Food Media Forum :)

  20. When I first saw this saying on Pinterest I read it to my husband and we both agreed that it was just great and ordered not one but two of them, one for my daughter and son-in-law to give them once they have children and one to hang in our house. I hope you are having a wonderful time in New York!! We are heading out east tomorrow for a week of driving around and just looking at all the sites – I hope its not to hot :)

  21. That is awesome and completely true!

  22. I need one of those parenting posters! Thanks for hosting! Have a great weekend!

  23. So cute, Cheryl! I love it.

  24. I’ve seen this poster on Pinterest, and I love it! SO true. I love how cute it looks on your wall!

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  28. Cheryl – now that my oldest is in college, I have to say I don’t regret any of our tough talks during his high school years (we had many). Yes, it was painful, but so worth it. We, as parents, have such a limited time to teach our kids so much and I just pray and hope they will take what we teach them and apply it in some positive way in their daily life. My eldest just finished his first year in college and I was so happy that he felt reached out to us for advice and counsel throughout his freshman year, keeping the lines of communication open. I think the trust that we built during his high school years really helped, and hopefully one day, he will realize that we always had his best interest at heart.

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