Marie Osmond Shares Two Big Lessons Mom Taught Her about Men in a Father’s Day Tribute

Marie Osmond celebrated her father and husband on Father’s Day with two lessons her mother taught her about men while growing up, which she shared on Instagram.

While many people honored their father’s with a short greeting on Father’s Day, Marie Osmond shared two lessons about “honoring good men,” which her mother taught her. Her post started with a piece of advice her mother once told her.

TWO LESSONS

“You love them into being great, you don’t shame them into it,” she posted.

Her mother’s second lesson was “about the power women have on men’s hearts.” With the power of words and actions, women can instantly change the mood of the men who surround them.

The talk show host continued by mentioning that her husband resembles her late father. Loving Osmond also meant loving her children unconditionally, which meant the world to her. She honored her husband on Sunday for everything he has brought to her and her kids.

“As women of faith lets pray to our Father in Heaven that He will comfort the great men in our lives and give them all they need to feel His love on this, their special day,” she wrote.

A BIG HAPPY FAMILY

Osmond came from a big family, and wanted to have many children as well -- and so she did. The multi-talented artist has three biological children and five adopted ones with grandchildren, who she is proud of.

Earlier this year, Osmond shared several photos of her big family during their trip to the happiest place on earth, Disneyland, California. Despite the rainy weather, she and her family seemed to have fun riding the different attractions in the theme park.

BABY MAUDE-MOON

Last month, the mother-of-eight introduced her granddaughter, her daughter Brianna and David’s child on Twitter. Additionally, she also asked for prayers for their child, Maude-Moon Schwep, who was under care in the ICU.

“My daughter, Brianna, gave birth to a beautiful little girl. Mom is doing well, and my granddaughter is currently in a pediatric ICU. Thankfully, the prognosis looks great for our little angel,” Osmond told PEOPLE.

The 59-year-old asked for prayers through Twitter and thanked CMN Hospitals, who she co-founded for the care they have shown her granddaughter.

The non-profit organization aims to gather funds for children’s hospitals, research, and awareness regarding health issues among kids.