...creative, amazing, unique, supportive, loving, caring, imaginative, generous, agreeable, boundless, bright, calm, capable, charming, cheerful, delightful, dynamic, enchanting, encouraging, energetic, entertaining, enthusiastic, fabulous, fair, fantastic, friendly, funny,
generous, gentle, good, happy, helpful, kind-hearted, productive, receptive, responsible, silly, sincere, talented, thoughtful, trustworthy, upbeat, warm, willing, wise, witty, and simply wonderful to name a few ♥
Make sure you have a kick-ass weekend =)
I have no doubt you are a great mom. :) Sometimes it takes an almost stranger to let us see what we are doing right, especially as most people just want to tell us what we do wrong.
As someone who grew up with undiagnosed ADD, I think it is awesome that you are really getting to the root of it, (hopefully without having to do meds). There are a lot of really great coping mechanisms. My niece is also ADD and she was just like me, struggle, struggle, through 2nd and 3rd grades then boom, once the reading speed picks up she is doing really great in school.
With my new career I have to sell myself and I also am having a really really hard time saying good things about my abilities.
I can relate. In my late teens / early 20's I was taught how to graciously accept a compliment so as to not offend the person giving it, but I still can't stop the disqualification going on in my mind.
You are doing it all right with all your boys and have earned every bit of praise that comes your way, perhaps more. (((hugs)))