I want to get real with you. The last month has been one of my harder parenting months. My newly 4 year old is constantly whining and being more unwilling to do anything I ask him to, let alone listen to a word I say. My 2 year old STILL won’t potty train, wakes up multiple times most nights, and he’s starting to pick up on his brother’s picky eating. I’m losing my cool far more than I want to admit. Raising kids is awesome. There are so many rewarding moments in motherhood and parenting. Kids can make you laugh with their hilariousness and melt with their cuteness. They can inspire you with their kindness and innocence. But raising kids is also really hard.
Between temper tantrums, the constant noise and the messes (oh the messes!), teaching them all the life skills they will need as they mature into adults, and daily wondering whether we’re screwing it all up… well, it can actually be one of the hardest things we will ever do.
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What is your biggest parenting struggle?