As you get older you learn so much about yourself and life in general and we all have little pearls of widsom that we want to pass down to our little ones. If you don’t have the time to do this yourself, then Jaime Morrison Curtis has you covered with her Prudent Advice: Lessons For My Baby Daugher (A Life List for Every Woman). In this little gem of a book she lists 500 lessons for little women – everything from advice on hem lines, places to see and things to do in a lifetime. My very favorite advice is #171 “There Is No ‘Man’s Work’”. Prudent Advice is a very quick read and a lovely keepsake. These lessons are just important for you as they are your your daughters.
If you want something a little more personal, then try out Morrison Curtis’ My Prudent Advice: Lessons For My Daughter. This is less of a book and more of a journal. My Prudent Advice basically provides you with an outline and you fill in the pages with your own advice to your daughter. I can’t wait to start filling in the pages with my own personal advice for my tiny dancer.
These books would make a wonderful Mother’s Day gift for your mom friends and sisters. We can forget the importance of passing on our knowledge and experiences to our little ladies. It’s priceless.