A loving letter from daughter to mother
I felt I was reading a letter I could have written to my mother...
1) I needed to read this today. Hannah is refreshingly honest and vulnerable, something I struggle to be with my parents.
2) When I was in the throes of raising teenagers, I distinctly remember doing two things. First, I read my old diaries (starting at about age 10). Second, I penned a letter to my parents and slipped it on their table just as I was about to depart from a visit with them. I don't remember everything I wrote, but I do remember saying something like, "Thanks. I don't know how you could even stand me during those years."
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Motherhood=The GOLD STANDARD of parenting
Fatherhood=A BIG SHAM of parenting
So in conclusion, mothers do HAVE IT HARD and fathers do HAVE IT EASY all along then. Go figure😛