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For most of my life, my definition of beauty had been skewed. As a child, I looked at beauty as something that was strictly physical. I truly didn’t know what real beauty was until I became a parent. Becoming a mom completely changed the way I looked at beauty. Beauty is way more than something physical, it’s what’s on the inside as well. When I look at my daughter, I see real beauty. I see a part of myself in her and since she’s been born, it has been amazing to watch her personality shape. It’s truly a beautiful thing.
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How has your definition of beauty changed since becoming a mother?
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