Being a parent is hard, never-ending work! The results are more than worth it though…your child’s smile and laughter. But sometimes, no matter what we do, we feel completely lost. They say that parenting comes natural to you once have a child. I am not sure if that is true or not but I do know that all I want to do is to make the right decisions for my child. Making those decisions are very hard so is figuring out what to do when you are presented with a problem that you never would have faced without a child.
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