from Cauldrons and Cupcakes a blog post Parents are also People. I was talking to someone last night who was saying how overwhelming he found the job of parenting. This post would have helped him feel a bit better about himself.
“Mother is a verb. It’s something you do. Not just who you are.”
― Cheryl Lacey Donovan, The Ministry of Motherhood
It’s a common theme right now – I see it over and over again on cheesy social media posts – how rewarding parenting is, how ‘special’ and ‘wise’ children are, how exceptional and precious the bonds are between parent and child.
And then there are all the posts people encourage you to share about having an awesome father or a wonderful mother.
These days, more than ever, it’s expected that parents will be engaged with their children, that they’ll actively parent them and give them access to every opportunity and possibility so that they can grow up to be exceptional, after having had the best possible start in life.
I hear all sorts of things in my job as a psychic. But one of the most common confessions is…
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