While reading Things I'll Tell My Daughter Someday by Julie, I quickly came to the realization that being a mother could change one's perspective on life drastically. The poignant article caused my heart to skip a thousand tiny beats. Julie wants her daughter to understand that she is more than societies accepted orthodox; she is more than her heartbreaks and her struggles. I want my future daughter to know that her aspirations will depend on the exact same standards. Without any doubts, my favorite phrase from the article promises, "Baby, I'll be your dreamcatcher, no matter how many holes I have in me." For her to guarantee her daughter's happiness above hers, Julie truly comprehends the concept of love. So, thank you, Julie for publishing such a touching story that I hope will make its way to my future daughter one day.