The other day as I was looking at my feed on Instagram, I read something along the lines of “ behind every powerful woman, there is a fearless little girl” it got me thinking about Nova-Rose and how I’d love for her to be fearless. Then I thought about myself and would I be the best example of what fearlessness would depict because it’s important to me, that, as a mum I don’t just speak motivational words to her but also in equal measure if not not more so, actually be the example I would hope to set. So to say I’m fearless would not be an honest representation of myself because as much as I’m embarrassed to admit it, I do have fears, I’ve always had them even though every day, I am working on releasing those fears. It’s a working progress for me. So then I began to think how that even though I do not consider myself fearless, I do consider myself to be brave because bravery for me, is not to live without fear but to push through the fear regardless to how scary or paralysing it may feel at times. So whilst I work on becoming fearless, I hope at the very least, I hope I am able to install bravery into my beautiful girl not just through my words but through my actions too.
Moving on and at the very beginning of the Autumn we went for a stroll around the park and I couldn’t help but take a few photos of Nova-Rose in her pretty floral print dress that I bought in the summer sales via Little Cotten Clothes, speaking of which they have just launched their Autumn/Winter collection and I’ve shared a few of favourites just below. The socks and sandals were a great alternative to boots, which would have been too warm at the time of taking these photos. Thankfully the colours of the socks and sandal combo was in keeping with the soft autumnal pallet.
Sending you love and light,