A Snow Day

Before I became a parent, I had some basic parenting expectations for myself. For example, I was quite positive that my children:

  • would be potty trained before age 3;
  • would never sleep in my bed;
  • would never own toy guns;
  • would never play video games;
  • would never play a contact sport before…

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Passionate about exploring the topics of grief, parenting, relationships & mental health. Visit me at www.changingperspectivesonline.com

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