1.A child’s youth is fleeting – be their pillars while you are still strong enough to support them.
2.Let children be children – let them run, let them fall and learn, but remember to nurse them when they come seeking you for help and support.
3.A parent can only do so much for their own child; but a little support goes a long way.
4.Your child may be strong, smart, bright and everything else – but remember that they are still children, and will need your continuous guidance, love, and support.
5.Let your child know that you have their back and watch their cute little smile light up their face.
6.Parents will always have more faith in their children than they do in themselves or in anyone else around them.
7.An effort as simple as giving your child a hug every time he/ she feels down to show them your support can have effects beyond your expectations.
8.As a parent, always remember how you wanted to be supported as a child, and give them what your parents were unable to give you.
9.The world may wear you down, but we will always be here to protect you from its harshest blows and take care of your wounds.
10.Encourage your kids and support them. You’ll find that they grow up to be what you believe them to be.
11.Behind every child who believed in himself are his parents who believed in him and had faith in him first.
12.Speak affirming words to your child at the right moment and you’ll see that they light up with all the new possibilities they now face.
13.Every time you choose to encourage your child when he’s down, you are building a stronger support network for him.
14.When you shower your child with love and give them the small nudge they need to go to the right direction, you are already doing more than enough as a supportive parent.
15.Children are extremely malleable at their age. Support them and make them strive for better, or put them down for their mistakes and make them cold to everyone around.
16.You’re young and adventurous. Travel far, and be happy, but know that when you need a break from it all, we are here to provide you a home wherein you will be cared for.
17.Children are like blank sheets of paper. They will gain colorful marks or dark spots on them along the way, and the duty of a parent is to cover the dark spots with more colors.
18.Babies learn to speak faster when their parents respond even to the random noises they make with actual dialogues. That’s how important a parent’s supportive response is.
19.A lot of what parents do aren’t glorified, but they most certainly lay a foundation in a child’s life. No matter what he does, his mother’s support will always be there.