Famous Last Words: The Things We Say Before We Are Parents

Famous Last Words: The Things We Say Before We Are Parents

Before a person has children, it’s easy to pass judgement. And then you have them. It slowly dawns on you that you had absolutely no idea what it meant to be a parent and raise a child. Rather than feeling foolish for all of those bold statements I made about parenthood before joining the club, I’m embracing my naivety and sharing them with you.

Famous Last Words: The Things We Say Before We Are Parents
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10 Things I Foolishly Said Before Having Kids


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