Truths when I ended my relationship my biggest concern was that I had let my children down, it was honestly one of the hardest decisions I had made. As a parent all you really want is to keep your family safe, happy and together, but for reasons this just couldn't happen. I never wanted to be a 'single parent' and honestly I never actually class myself as one because I don't feel 'single', 'alone', 'lonely' so I am just A PARENT, A MUM who raises her children just like any other parent.
However when we did split I knew I had to be the main parent to teach my children the paths of life, I wanted them to be proud of not only me but of themselves and what they set out to achieve. Now 2 years on I feel all the hard work and the reasons why I do what I do everyday, not just to be fit or look good, but to be strong mentally and physically, be a good role model for my children, show them that no matter what they can achieve whatever they put there mind too and they can achieve any goal, is making a difference.
After my son asked to go the gym today because last night at boxing he felt weak and deflated and wanted to prove to himself that it was just his body tired and want to train to progress to his goal and then see him pick up a bar to do chest press, without my help is just such a proud feeling! The confidence this boy is getting in the gym is just great I have never pushed them into fitness, I have encouraged it but its all down to them to do it, they are there own people.
I am so proud of both my children and our bond is unbreakable, I am one lucky mummy to have Joshua and Jessica in my life. I have all I need #makingmeproud #mychildrenmyworld #doubletheparentingdoublethelove #thisismywhy #kdmfit - 3 hours ago