14 great readers opinion of the parents


14 great readers the comments in parenting

Have you ever heard something that changed your view of parents? Here are 14 wonderful readers comments in parenting, so that our hearts swell…

In the following children’s lead:

“When I was pregnant with my daughter, I met one of the onesies say,’Born to be mild, which makes me smile. My husband and I are very mild, and I assume that our descendants will follow suit. Wrong!!! She was only 11 years old, but I can already tell she’ll be a Spitfire. She wants what she wants, she wants it. She will overweight the point of the task, and then get so frustrated when she can’t come out. If there’s one thing I’ve learned over the past year, this is her in control I just.” —Laura

“My kids are super different, scared me for the longest time, I did not feel the same about them. But one day, I realized that I like all the different people in my life in a different way—I love my husband is different to my love to my mom, this is different from my love for my best friend, because they are*waiting*different person! And that’s okay! Love my children a different way does not mean loving one more than the other. It’s just a different kind of love.” —Joanna

In the sweet saying:

“Effort(still)to get my five year old son to sleep in his own bed, and he told me, and I like your bedroom better, because without you in my room. Heart burst.”— EC

“My two and a half Age has began to tell me,’try your best,’because I leave work. It cracks me up! I really do try my best!” —Nora

In the kindness of strangers:

“When I was a very new mom, a distant cousin patted me on the shoulder at a funeral and whispered,’I can see you are a wonderful mom.’ I still tear up every time I think that it has been for many years. I want to give a similar compliment to the new mom I met—Mother may sometimes feel a bit invisible. My compliment is that your baby is in love with you.’ It’s never incorrect, it usually lights up the face of the recipient(I stole it of the stunning documentary a Doula story).” —Well

“Last year, my husband and I as adoptive parents, a five year old and three years old. Although it has been difficult, and this is by far the most meaningful things we’ve ever done. We have been blown away how so many people had from the Manager at Target who held the Gap project for us(when the kids bring only what they are wearing clothes)the people selling her stroller on Craigslist who sent me home a whole bag of toys(when we don’t have any toys in our house)nursery, punch make their point. This is a humble experience so much kindness from complete strangers.” —Bethany

In mutual trust the children:

“On the way to school every morning, it’s my job to obtain the exact amount of money from my dad’s wallet the newspaper. I have a great sense of pride to be allowed to dig his wallet then rush to pay the newspaper seller before the traffic light turns green. I have no children, but there is one thing I’ve been trying to do is to believe in their mission, in my career as a teacher and friend of children. They have the same pride off as I was 20 years ago.” —Hannah

In bedtime routines:

“I can’t go to sleep to I have checked to make sure that all four of my girls are breathing–they are 8,6, 4 and 18 months. I think I will do so, as long as they live in our roof, and you can casually suggest that they call me every night before going to sleep, until they are in their late 60’s.” —Anna

“Most of the night, I hug my kids go to sleep. We have a rule, which is we lay down come after, the swag, the swag, he said, itchy. In fact, this allows them to know I was with them, but it is not a long time to chat and I can read my book so I don’t fall asleep. This is a good time to slow down and in there.” —Lisa

Rolling punches:

“One of my parenting mantras is that’a day is a crap day.’ When I was in the middle of the day, is not going well, I’ll think to yourself,’Oh, I see, we have a bad day. Let’s just get through this as best we can.’ Maybe it means giving up the schedule and keep all day wearing pajamas,Extra Video time, poured a bowl of cereal for dinner, climb into bed as soon as the kids are asleep, even if the house is a mess. When you have a tough day, just give yourself a pass and know that you can start a new tomorrow.” —Karaoke

It’s that simple:

“My number one tip for with three children(aged 10, 7 and 3), when you see the place, let them do whatever they want! Recently, we went to Puerto Rico. We are so busy going to the beach, checkpoints, and so on. We had no down time: I let them do anything, which usually means watching TV or playing video games. This is their holiday! In addition, how do I go to read a book or lie around if I were ever to initiate the process of the project or bugging them to read?” —Chrissie

“My mom always made us healthy home-cooked meal. As a kid, I hated it. (We can, Okay? get Velveeta?) But whenever my dad would leave town to work, she will cement her status as the’best mum!’ Let us choose a frozen dinner to eat in front of the TV. Our trip to the supermarket, as my brothers and sisters and I’m dizzy to choose our own kid’s Cuisine meals, may also have been a trip to an amusement Park” in. —Stacy

In adolescents:

“Not many people tell positive stories about being a parent of a teenager, but these teen years can be amazing and so rewarding. However, even when I was pregnant, people would say ominous things,’enjoy the baby years because when they get to teenagers, they are terrible.’ This rubbed me the wrong way—I don’t want to think of my son as’terrible’waiting to happen. Therefore, I started to tell him, when he was about 10 years old, you would be a great teenagers. You are going to have so much fun, you want to make the best selection yourself, you will fall in love with make a decision about what you want to do and learn. You will really like it.’ Now he is 17. High school years have not all been smooth sailing, but life never is anyway, I try to remember, gave him a version of the message: you can do this, you can make a good choice, find your way, we’re here if you need us. Sometimes it is not a straight path, but he gets in there.” —Claire

“When my kids were small, she wanted to play with my hair while she slept. That night, she’ll have a tough day, and asked me if I wanted to and her at bedtime. After a few minutes I felt her hand find my head and was reminded that my big girl is still my little girl.” —Kim

How would you say?

P. S. more of the amazing reader comments and six words to your child.

(Photo by Emma Hartvig, through the land of the women.)



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