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Mirror, Mirror On The Wall Poem Printable

Mirror, Mirror on the wall…
It does not matter if I’m short or tall…
If I have skinny legs or my hips are wide…
It only matters who I am inside…
Blue eyes, brown eyes, black or green…
What makes me most beautiful cannot be seen…
When you look at me, don’t judge me by my parts…
The most beautiful thing about me is my heart.
Kim Uliana (The Pinterested Parent)

The Most Beautiful Thing

Once upon a time a few years ago, I took a sweet photo of my little girl looking at herself in the mirror. Looking at my daughter smiling at her own image in the mirror moved something in me and inspired me to write a poem about how it made me feel. The popularity of the poem was overwhelming. I was thrilled to see how many people were inspired by my message. Unfortunately, my daughter’s image and words were copied and reworked so much that the original origins have gotten lost. Because of this, I have found our poem being sold on a number of different sites as a printable. Never in a million years did I think of trying to make money off of this message for my child, but a printable version for those that wanted it did seem like a wonderful idea. Please enjoy our free printable poem.

Mirror Mirror Printable PoemPrintable poem Mirror, Mirror on the wall... It does not matter if I'm short or tall... If I have skinny legs or my hips are wide... It only matters who I am inside... Blue eyes, brown eyes, black or green... What makes me most beautiful cannot be seen... When you look at me, don't judge me by my parts... The most beautiful thing about me is my heart. Kim Uliana (The Pinterested Parent)Thank you as always for stopping by. Please visit our Facebook page as well.

 

Free Fill-In Mother’s Day Poem

A Free Printable Fill-In Poem for Mother's Day. It is fun to hear the answers to you kid's questions..

Mother’s Day is only a few weeks away. There are many things that us mother’s could get on Mother’s Day, a day at the spa, flowers, maybe jewelry or chocolates or perhaps just some time to take a much deserved nap. My favorite part of the day will still be to cuddle up with the ones that made me a mother in the first place.

My daughter & I had a little question and answer session that we turned into a customizable poem that I thought that you all might enjoy.

MY MOM FILL-IN PRINTABLE POEM

MY GRANDMA FILL-IN PRINTABLE POEM

A Free Printable Fill-In Poem for Mother's Day. It is fun to hear the answers to you kid's questions.

Here is the poem that my daughter came up with based on her answers about me.

A Free Printable Fill-In Poem for Mother's Day. It is fun to hear the answers to you kid's questions. Would make a great gift or card

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Poems & Quotes For Mother & Child

Mirror, Mirror on the wall… It does not matter if I’m short or tall… If I have skinny legs or my hips are wide… Kim Uliana (The Pinterested Parent)12 quotes & poems about motherhood & children - poetry mother & child.If you do not follow us on Facebook, you might not be aware that I love to write poems. Being a mother is filled with so many different emotions. There is love & joy and also frustration and sadness. The best way to express these for me is in rhyme or just a simple quote.

Here is the most popular of my works that went viral over Facebook this year. Never did I expect my words to have the impact that they did. Several others have made quite a splash as well.

Mirror, Mirror on the wall…

It does not matter if I’m short or tall…

If I have skinny legs or my hips are wide…

It only matters who I am inside…

Blue eyes, brown eyes, black or green…

What makes me most beautiful cannot be seen…

When you look at me, don’t judge me by my parts…

The most beautiful thing about me is my heart.

Kim Uliana (The Pinterested Parent)

Mirror, mirror on the wall. It does not matter if I'm short or tall.. A poem by The Pinterested Parent. DO not copy image or words.  Mirror, mirror on the wall. It does not matter if I'm short or tall. If I have skinny legs or my hips are wide. It only matters who I am inside. Blue eyes, brown eyes, black or green. What makes me most beautiful cannot be seen. When you look at me don't judge me by my parts. The most beautiful thing about me is my heart.

Here are some of my other favorites as shared from our Facebook site. I hope you enjoy them.

*All images & words are copyrighted so please do not copy or reproduce.*

Let Me Be A Child

Say Yes

I Am Mother

My Children Are The Reason

A Mother’s Resume

Parenthood Is

The Art Of Raising A Child

You Made Me A Mother

Some Days I’m A Bad Mom

A Small Warning

From The Beginning

Frustration & Beauty

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12 quotes & poems about motherhood & children - poetry mother & child

An Ode To PMS & Sunday’s Best Link-Up #15

i-am-pms-ing-unless-you-have-chocolate-wine-or-bradley-cooper-with-you-leave-me-alone-e2b13Today I cried. I don’t know why.

I yelled at my husband just for breathing..

My pants don’t fit. I’ve got a zit.

This whole day has me seething…

 

I have an ache in my head. I want my bed.

Someone get me a pint of Ben & Jerry’s

Quick get me a spoon. I hope this ends soon.

Before my husband leaves & remarries…

 

Toppled over in pain. This is insane.

I think that I am going to hurl…

Please cramps go away. Come back another day.

Oh how I hate being a girl.

pms

 

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Welcome to Week 15 of  Mother 2 Mother’s Sunday’s Best Linkup We’ve started our April Showers theme. As they say, April Showers Bring May Flowers, but they also cause us to spend lots of time indoors. We’re looking for indoor activities for kids, Mother’s Day ideas, recipes, crafts, DIY, organizational tips, summer garden preparation tips, SEO and blogging tips. Anything that we can work on during those rainy days. Blow the dust off your old posts and link those too. Don’t have posts that fit into the theme, link up whatever post you would like to share. We would love to have parenting tips, DIY projects, homesteading, homeschooling, and your posts on family and life. Your linkups and giveaways are welcome here too. Anything goes, as long as it’s family friendly and you may linkup as many posts as you would like. 

Each week your hosts will select their favorite post and it will be featured the following week. An image from your post will be used on my blog the following week with a link back to your blog. Be sure to check back to see if you’re a Sunday’s Best featured blogger. All Featured Bloggers will have their posts Pinned to the Sunday’s Best Pinterest Board.    

If you are interested in becoming a Sunday’s Best host, please contact me for details at rhonda@mother2motherblog.com or email one of our other hosts. 



                                             Your Sunday’s Best Hosts are:


            Rhonda – Mother 2 Mother                Kim U. – Pinterested Parent         Kim M. – Life In A House of Testosterone


  

Here’s the rules, please connect with us on social media before you leave or subscribe/follow to our blogs:  


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Facebook Page, follow me on Twitter,  Google+, PinterestBlogLovin or subscribe/join my blog on the right before you leave.   



The Pinterested Parent: Please like Kim’s Facebook Page, follow her on Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, Bloglovin before you leave.  



Life In A House of Testosterone: Please like Kim’s Facebook Page, follow her on Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, Bloglovin, or Instagram before you leave. 


 

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The Sunday’s Best Posts are:

 

Kim U. selected Red Velvet Cream Cheese Bars from Lou Lou Girls   





I selected 10 Surprisingly Fun Things To Do with Canned Biscuits from Coupin Diva 





Kim M. selected – 23 Ways to Add Farmhouse Style from Cottage Making Mommy  








Congratulations ladies! All of the posts were great, and I appreciate each of you linking up. I would like to invite all of you back to linkup your post(s) again, it could be selected this week. While you’re here take a minute to visit these great blogs. It’s a great way to meet and connect with new bloggers. Be sure to PIN or share any posts that you like, we all appreciate a little love. 


Some Days I’m A Bad Mom

232323232-fp83232-uqcshlukaxroqdfv3-336-nu=335---53-;;7-WSNRCG=3;326-;285336nu0mrjSome days I’m a good mom – I feed you veggies & fruit

I keep my calm & don’t yell, even when we’re in a dispute

Some days I’m a lazy mom – I stop at Mickey D’s

I talk on the phone & sit around & park you in front of the tv

Some days I’m the funny mom – I am silly when I talk

You laugh at me when I tell jokes that begin with Knock Knock

Some days I’m the mean mom – I can’t help but scream & shout

You look at me with tears in your eyes when I send you to time out

Some days I’m a nurturing mom – I dry your every tear

I hold you close & comfort you & let you know that I am near

Some days I am the jealous mom – Tonight you like daddy more

I smile with a tinge of envy at the two that I most adore

Some days I am a patient mom – I answer every “Why?”

I take my time & carefully give you a well thought out reply

Some days I’m the frightened mom – I am scared almost every day

I ask God to please watch over you each & every night while I pray

Some days I’m the know-it-all & some I don’t know what to do

I am many different kinds of mother & all of them love you

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A Portrait And A Poem For My Birthday Girl

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It all began with mornings so sick .

Then turned into a heartbeat, a flutter and kick.

This little life growing inside of me.

A boy or girl, which would it be?

When you came to me that winter’s night.

A new mother unsure and so full of fright.

Dirty diapers  and nights with no sleep.

Often, I would cry and would weep.

With just one smile, one laugh, one kiss.

All tears were erased and replaced with pure bliss.

Crazy antics, milestones.

A heart full of memories overflown.

Time went by in a blink of an eye just like they said it would.

I would pause it all and slow time down, if only I could.

You have filled my life with happiness each and every day.

I love you more & more my dear. Have a Happy Birthday.