My secret: I’m Sorry… I was wrong πŸ€¦β€β™€οΈ!

Dear Moms,

I’m Sorry,

It’s funny how becoming a mom is so unimaginable. We all have our twisted view of what it means to be a mom; what we will and wont do and not to sound too clichΓ©.

Nothing can ever prepare you for becoming a mom.

I don’t want anyone to think that this is a post about what type of moms are the best or just how hard it is to be a mom, because its not. I’m here to say I’m sorry and I was wrong.
I vowed I never use the tv to escape, that I’d have all the time in the world for my son but in reality I’ve broken every single promised I made prior to becoming a mom. It’s such a strange part of my life, because I’ve always considered myself to an honest person who sticks to the rules. In reality the relentlessness of motherhood grinds you down. Its chips aways at your goals, until you’re left in survival mode for what seems forever. I’m lucky, I get time off and it stills gets to me.

Before I became a mother, I used to perch on my stool all high and might as say, I just don’t understand….. We’ll I’m here to say sometime you need to walk a mile in someone else’s shoes before you can truly understand and I’m sorry I didn’t understand before.

Robyn

One Comment

  1. The difference Robyn is you balance out the times you need to allow the tv to give you space with all the fun and exciting experiences in nature, games, understanding the world, hugs, stories and so much more I cannot list them all. It is not possible to be a perfect mum, but is possible to be a good one, to recognize the times you need a break or for help, to allow those who love you and your child time to be with you both. Never underestimate these things. Love mum.

    Sharron

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