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Limousine ride and dinner for two at Ben Benson's Steakhouse in NYC
Aimée Margolis, NYC
I measure my success as a parent when I walk into a room and my children smile into my eyes. When I am the first person they think of when they have a problem that needs to be solved or a wound that needs healing. When I am the parent they vote for when it's time to go on their school field trips or bring healthy snacks on snack day. I measure my success by these little things, which bring such happiness to my family and my community.
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Tiffany Luther, North Babylon, NY
I measure my success as a parent by watching my son be able to be independent and do things on his own, and by watching him take the lessons he has learned and use them. I also measure my success when I witness him being a loving child, giving kisses and hugs at any moment because he wants to. Another measure of my success as a parent is allowing my son to be the child he is and wants to be within the boundaries I've set, and seeing that he knows those boundaries.