3 Responses to “dear mom, find your family’s own groove.”

  1. March 29, 2018

    Jessica Reply

    Motherhood. Is. Hard. It’s gut wrenching. It’s constant worry about a life so dear to you you’d give your own if you needed. It’s sneaking to the bathroom to have a good cry and getting caught and having to “put on your happy face and use your happy voice” because the article you just read said children can sense anxiety without any words spoken and Heaven help us if our child sees us having a moment where our lives are not perfect and our nerves are on one last string because clearly them seeing us have anxiety will cause them to become anxious and LORD FORBID they have any negative feelings EVER.

    I love this blog post. It’s just so true.

  2. April 27, 2018

    Teenage Parent Reply

    You are right! Some articles say that we should support our children as much as possible. Other articles say that we shouldn’t help them as much because they will become needy and dependent on us. I think that it’s all about the boundary between too much and too little support.

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