Morning Affirmations for Homeschool Mama

Once upon a time, I thought it was hokey to speak homeschool mama affirmations to myself.

If you’re in that camp, I say, just try it in the confines of your room. (No one will know. And you’ll come to understand that hokey it is not).

I’ve come to understand that what I think is what I do. And I want to show up on purpose in my homeschool.

morning affirmations for homeschool mama

So on that thought, I share my morning affirmations for homeschool mama.

These homeschool mama affirmations encourage me to think like the kind of parent I want to be:

I’m a patient and loving parent. I am patient and loving to myself too.

I’m not bound in any way by my past, or by imperfect parenting that I may have received.

I am free to decide what kind of parent I will be.

I completely and fully forgive my own parents for any pain their own insecurities or unhealed issues

might have caused me.

I am guided to the perfect information and resources that I need in each given moment

that will help teach and train me to be a better parent.

Every day I am becoming a better person. Every day I am becoming a better parent.

I seek to bring all aspects of my life into harmony. The things in my life that are not serving me, I easily and effortlessly move away from them.

I am moving towards and embracing more and more good each day.

I wake up every morning with gratitude, especially gratitude for being a parent.

I am grateful for each of my children and the opportunities that each of them offers me to become more whole and complete.

I am grateful for those unhealed parts of me that my children sometimes bring out of me because the more I know about myself, the more quickly I can heal and improve.

My home is filled with light and love. I allow this light to flow through me, and in all that, we do together.

My home is filled with laughter, joy, and celebration.

I know that if I could see each of my children to their fullest potential I would stand in awe.

I choose, now, at this moment, to choose to have eyes to see them this way.

I take time outs whenever I need them to refocus on who I am becoming and to fill my mind and my heart with light.

I keep my mind firm and focused on what I really want out of each situation. I know that what I really want is harmony, love, and increasing relationships with each member of my family.

I am preparing my children to become healthy, happy, and capable adults.

I choose to see each of my children to their fullest potential and as I do, they begin to see themselves that way.

I focus on the good, the best, and the unique in each of my children, and I am their biggest fan.

I discipline with love, never out of anger or rage. I follow all discipline with an outpouring of love.

There is never anything that my children could ever do that would make me love them less.

I seek guidance when I need it. And the best information and help come to me effortlessly.

I am the perfect parent for my children.  I am uniquely qualified with what they need most from a parent.

My value and worth as an individual are completely separate from my children’s successes, or failures.

I love being inside my own skin as a loving parent. It is an expression of my deepest and best self.

I am committed to my own emotional and physical health. And my healing directly impacts my joy as a parent.

I am not a victim of my circumstances. I am free to navigate my own course in parenting.

I forgive myself for all of the mistakes I have made as a parent.

Each mistake provides valuable information for my own healing.

I look to great role models as I move forward as a parent.

I look to God, for guidance and direction. I know that my children are not my own.

I take time daily to fill deeply in the wells of truth that surround me.

I am cautious and selective about the materials that I allow into my mind and into my home.

My greatest joys are in the walls of my home. I find pleasure in the little things. And I smile and laugh freely.

I see each of my children as unique and one of a kind. I see within them their fullest potential.

I see myself as unique and one of a kind. I focus not on my past mistakes, but on what I am becoming.

I believe in miracles and I expect them.”

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