Missing my bigger babies right now 💖 Life has been a little rough on us since I graduated but I have the best support system. These two have been by my side for so long...through deployments, training exercises, terrible boyfriends, and the list goes on and on. .
I am proud to say I think I've raised two amazing kids that will make a difference in this world. In a positive way of course because they know if they ever go to jail, their momma will be up there in a heartbeat....whooping their butts!!! .
#mykidsaremylife#mykidsloveme#mykidsrock#momofthree#breakthecycle#raiseamazinghumans#builtonvalues#values#manners#raisinghope @lily_n_daniels #💖💖
Your brother tries to conceal his deeds to avoid riyaah. So try not to expose him too. Sometimes we have the tendency to post this and that good deeds done by a friend. I think we should keep this to ourselves unless it is beneficial for others. Protect your niyyah and protect your brother’s niyyah too.
This is just as Abdullah ibn Mubaarak said to the man who pulled of his mask during a battle against Roman “Abu ‘Umar, you are amongst those who exposes us?”
Yesterday something unexpected came up and the boys had to stay with me through my hair appt.. Well, the entire salon staff bragged on how well behaved they were and how much respect they showed me and the other adults around them. Usually, if they are needed to stay still for a while I’d bring their iPads, but again it was unexpected and I didn’t have them with me to help preoccupy the boys. But they made me so proud! Usually two boys, especially brothers, play fight and get a little rowdy but they were so well behaved!! I had to just take a sec to brag on them as well! •
Just when i thought i had seen everything when it comes to American manners at the table, this happens. Isn’t wearing caps and hats, eating with your mouth open while you talk, not using knives and waving forks in the air enough for you ? #wtfisthis#gross#murica#manners
Is your dog social? One of my biggest struggles with Wes was trusting him around other dogs. Not going to lie, I was always (and still am) a nervous wreck when he is introduced to a new dog. Not due to his lack of training, but because you never really know what's going on in their heads. Wes was a scrapper in his early days, I'm not proud to say it! It's something we have worked through and it was hard to figure out why he was so GREAT with some dogs and then....not so great with others. I think it all boils down to your dogs ability to read energy. If a calm balanced dog approaches us, Weston usually greets them and plays appropriately. Moral of the story- YOU are your dogs advocate. Always be hyper aware of the situation, and if strange dogs approach you and you're not 100% certain how your dog will react to the temperament of the new dog, leash them up, stay in your lane, and get out of there. We as humans aren't expected to love every single person we come across, so why hold your dog to a different standard? I respect my pups enough to get them out of situations that will set them up for failure. I love to see them succeed! How about you guys? Do you ever run into this while out with your dogs?
Your handshake conveys alot about who you are. Are you timid, overly confident, direct, comforting, or do you you unsettle the comfort of others. It is basic etiquette, but so many people do no know the difference.