When I was a kid, one thing my mom always tried to instill that I had something special to give the world. She would always remind me that no matter what people said to me or about me, I was only going to make it in this world if I was confident in myself and my abilities.Though I don't have any children of my own, I'm always on the lookout for books every mom should read to build their child's confidence so that, when it is time for me to become a parent, I can be just as prepared as my mom.
My sister, who is already a mother, has already started building my niece's confidence. To be honest, it's of the best things I've witnessed. Although she's only three, seeing my niece act goofy, express herself, and stand up for herself is admirable, because it exudes the same type of confidence my mom once instilled in me.
As kids get older, struggles with self-esteem, confidence, and self-doubt become more prevalent. So, taking the time to build their confidence while they're young will help them get through those tough times. Will there still be issues? Sure. But, they'll have the knowledge and confidence to navigate through it a little better.
Not sure how to help build your little one's confidence up? These 11 books will help you get there.