The way you handle expectations vs realities, drastically changes once you have kids.
Before becoming a parent, when it came to events or projects, I built up my expectation very high. I wanted “this” to happen a certain way. With a particular outcome. Scenarios were very elaborate with every possibility, and I planned things as much as possible down to the last detail, to achieve the outcome I wanted.
Granted, the reality wasn’t always as expected. But usually pretty close. I could at least deal with the fact that I tried, as hard as I could, and if I didn’t get the expected results, then oh well. Always next time & know I have a better understanding of what to expect.
Then I had a baby.
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Remember, you aren’t just Parents…
I think the hardest thing about having a baby and becoming parents, is remembering to be a couple.
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Since when did everyone have to have a better child than the next person? Why have our children become a competition?
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