My daughter's a toddler, so she's doesn't have too much to say about me these days. However, when she does get old enough to speak in full sentences, it's going to be so fun to picture her sitting with her little friends, chatting about their moms and what they're like. In fact, it's really sweet to think about what you want your child to eventually say about you, and when I think about what I want my kid to say about me, a few things come to mind instead of my daughter talking about how "pretty" I am.
To be clear, she'd better lead with how pretty I am. Kidding, kidding. Totally kidding (for the most part). In all seriousness, I do hope she says I'm kind to her and others, I'm patient with her, and that our home was and is always welcome to everyone, regardless of whether I'd managed to wash the dishes that have piled up in the sink or wipe up the goo under the high chair.
And of course, thinking about what I want my daughter to say about me reminds me of what I should be spending my days working on. I don't need to put my energy into fussing over my hair or trying to keep her occupied while I put on my makeup, but teaching her new words or one day helping her with her homework. Those are the kind of reminders focusing on what I want my daughter to eventually say about me, can provide.