Now that I am done with my ramblings, written one early Saturday in June, as I watch my trio slowly start to wake up after our family slumber party Friday night, I am going to go sip my coffee and watch as the trio wakes up and gives me Mama hugs. I love that each wakes up giving me a big ole Mama hug.
My advice to you, as parents, is to remember that sometimes our kids do not mold into our standards or expectations, sometimes just sometimes, we need to mold to form our parenting style to our children, even if it means changing how we have lived our own lives forever.
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