As an adult, you've probably made some New Year's resolutions in your life--and maybe you stuck to them, or maybe you didn't. But can you remember ever making a resolution when you were a child? Hopefully, if you did, it was for something fun or lighthearted, like to learn to swim or to be nicer to your younger brother--and NOT something particularly adult, like a weight loss goal.
But that's just what one famous woman now knows she did back when she was a child. Recently, former first daughter and TV journalist Jenna Bush Hager came across an old diary and was shocked to read what she wrote back on New Year's day. Written when she was 10 years old, Bush Hager's diary entry had a long list of goals for the year ahead--and it's the very first one that's now breaking her heart.
"Number 1: Lose 4 pounds," said her scribbled list, a resolution which now pains her as a 34-year-old woman. Reading it, she says, left her with a pit in her stomach.
"Although, I was a chubby child of the '80s, I can't believe I was thinking about my weight at 10 years old," Bush-Hager told Today. "Now that I have two daughters, I HATE to think about them scribbling resolutions like this."
Watch the clip to see more of her now-older, wiser reaction to her childhood wishes.
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