The question is as follows:
Let $A'$, $B'$ and $C'$ be the midpoint triangle of triangle $ABC$. In other words, $A'$, $B'$ and $C'$ are the midpoints of segments $BC$, $CA$ and $AB$, respectively. Show that triangles $A'B'C'$ and $ABC$ have the same centroid.
My reasoning was through the means of the Midline Theorem. After drawing the diagram, we can see, for example, $C'A'$ is a midline of $\triangle ABC$, which means that $C'A'$ is parallel to the base $AC$ and half the length of it as well. Therefore, the median $B'B$ would pass through the midpoint of $C'A'$, including the midpoint of $AC$.
Is my reasoning valid or, at least, is it on the right track? Any advice on solving this problem will be greatly appreciated.