Have you ever thought about being a "wall" for your child? A wall is a thing perceived as a protective or restrictive barrier. It is firm, steady, and strong. It does not move, but is solid, always there.
We must be that constant for our children- that immovable, consistent structure that says, " I am here no matter what. You can depend on me, you can trust me, and I will not be shaken." We are fiercely protective of our children, but we must also have that balance of what needs to be restricted and have barriers for their well-being. We must think about their future and not what appeases them for tomorrow.
Our imprint is great on our children as it should be, so let's be that strong, sturdy, dependable wall in all the best ways.