Do you ever feel like...
Hi, I'm Brenda!
I created this journal to use with my own two daughters. I wanted to make sure that they knew that they were loved, and that I encouraged them to be strong and confident young women. I also wanted to write down all of their young thoughts and dreams.
The printable journal contains questions covering the following topics:
(click to view sample questions)
- What do you love to do with mommy?
- What's better, rain or snow?
- Who is your favorite book character?
- What is your favorite part of the house?
- What is your favorite game or toy?
- What do you think mommy and daddy love about you?
- What do you dream about?
- What are you proud of?
- Do you care about what other people think about you?
- What is your superpower?
- What did you learn to do recently?
- I am so proud that I can ___________________ all by myself.
- Have you ever been afraid to do something, but you did it anyway?
- What is the hardest thing you've ever had to do?
- What would you like to learn to do?
- Make up a song about daddy.
- How will you be different in 5 years.
- What are you worried about?
- What do you think about a lot?
- If I could change one thing about the world, I would...
- Who helped you today?
- What makes you a good friend?
- What makes you feel really good about yourself?
- When you're sad, what makes you happy?
- What great choices do you make?
- When was the last time that you were angry?
- I don't like when mommy...
- I like when the whole family...
- What do you and daddy have in common?
- Mommy always makes me...
- Name 3 things that you did today.
- What is something that your classmates do that you don't do?
- Describe your perfect day.
- What was the worst part of today?
- What is the first thing you do when you wake up?
- never eat dessert or never sleep?
- be as tiny as a fly or as big as a whale?
- live in the clouds or underwater?
- have one million dollars or one million friends?
- be the smartest person or the funniest?
I love using this journal with my own kids because it's so insightful, and it brings us closer together.
You can use it at dinner time, at bedtime, while you're waiting at the bus stop... whenever.
There's also enough space to document your daughter's answers over multiple years. My daughters love to give their answer and then have me read their answer from last year.
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