Imagine this. You are working on a craft, your kid is trying to cut something out, except you KNOW they can’t do it themselves. You offer to help. They push you away. 2 minutes later there is a pair of scissors chucked at you and paper flying everywhere. Sound familiar?
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When I decided to be a stay at home mom, I had a vision of playing together and making irreplaceable memories. However, it wasn’t soon after that I realized that the memories I was giving her were far from ideal. I was too tired and preoccupied to enjoy our time together. It felt like a lose-lose situation for both us. Something had to change.
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