My daughter is only 4 but it has already begun. Questions about what makes someone beautiful. “Am I beautiful in this dress mommy? I want a shirt that makes me cute mommy! Can I wear those shoes so I’m pretty?” My strong desire is to build in her confidence, self-worth, and understanding that she is a masterpiece created for a specific purpose from God without all that other stuff.
A pretty tall order in this world I’m afraid. This is a world that pushes beauty and immodesty in so many destructive ways.
This is one of the reasons I am so grateful for the work of Secret Keeper Girl. They equip parents with tools, resources and events that empower them to have conversations about the tough stuff with their daughters. Parents, we have to be intentional with our girls! Here are some ways you can start developing the relationship with your daughter that inspires and promotes open communication.
- Have a daughter in the 7-12 range? Coming to Georgetown on Sept. 14th is the Secret Keeper Girl: The Purple Party Tour. Grab your tickets now!
- Scroll through the Secret Keeper Girl blog for tips on how to have conversations such as: Sleepovers, Buying that First Bra, Modest Swimsuits, Disappointment and Kissing.
- Follow Secret Keeper Girl on Facebook for updated videos and information. You can also sign up to receive their newsletter.
- Visit the Secret Keeper girl resources page for a “Truth or Bare Fashion Test” and “8 Great Dates for Moms & Daughters“
We would love to hear some ways that you find to keep conversations open with your daughters? And, if you’ve attended a Secret Keeper Girl event in the past, we’d love to hear about your experience!
For those wondering about an event like this for sons we have great news! Born to Be Brave, an event designed for raising sons, is on the horizon as well! Stay tuned for more information!