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When you’re a parent, there are constant reminders of how imperfect your parenting is. They fly at us in the form of comments from strangers, self-inflicted guilt and even from our own children. No matter how perfect someone else’s life looks, the reality is that we’re all pretty much winging it.
As our family shifts into the mode of having both a preschooler and a budding tween, it feels as though we’re hitting a critical point. One in which I’m supposed to have a heightened sense of everything that is happening in Kayla’s life and also take a step back so she has enough freedom to make her own decisions and learn from her mistakes. [Read more…]