Grocery shopping with kids goes through several stages – from wishful thinking “this won’t be too bad” to “OH MY GOODNESS WHAT WAS I THINKING” very quickly.
Thea’s clothes and baby things have been sitting in the basement for the past three years in the hopes that some sort of miracle pregnancy would happen.
Now it’s Senior Year and at times it’s going to feel like you won’t make it through. Of course we will! (This is my second time so I know it’s doable).
I always knew the day would come when my boys would ask about my parents, but it’s hard to prepare for the questions that will come from their tiny mouths.
My point today is that not EVERY situation requires intervention. We want to grow responsible, compassionate humans. To fail is to grow.