Monday, 16 November 2015

Are my Children in Need of someone better?

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7 comments:

  1. Really enjoy the blog. I think today you realised that you need to be easier on yourself. Sometimes you probably need to look at things from a different angle. It may be that you're doing too much, rather than not enough. But, admittedly, that's easier to see when you're not in the maelstrom.

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  2. Powerful post.

    But I'm left wondering: Was it a Mufti Day?!!!

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    1. No, still not missed mufti day! Phew!

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  3. I think everyone is overwhelmed those first few days - months - years as a new mother! Especially in the beginning when the hormones are totally mad. It's great that you are being open about your insecurities as a mother because I think everyone relates to that, myself included. We can all just do the best we can :) x #TwinklyTuesday

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  4. Parenting can be so overwhelming, most of the time, but there are periods when it can be worse than others. I think we all need support on occasions as our children go through difficult phases. We are currently going through this at the moment and the school are now helping. It is so nice to know there is support out there. We are all doing the best we can.
    Thanks for sharing #LetKidsBeKids

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    1. Glad school are now helping. If you've confidence that they are getting the support they need at school then it's just the other 18 hours of each day we have to worry about! Good luck.

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  5. I think we often so hard on ourselves as mum's no matter what the situation. I know I am hard on myself for being a working mum. I constantly question whether I am enough for Zach when he sees so little of me, I constantly strive to do better. It is so hard but then I absolutely know that I am his everything. Even when I don't feel like it I know it's true deep down. We do everything and anything for our children but there will always be points where we question ourselves and our abilities. You are doing a great job :) Thanks so much for linking up with #TwinklyTuesday

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