When our kids are born, they’re perfect. Their cute little noses, tiny fingers and toes, and cuddles win us over. They stay where you leave them, cry when they’re hungry or need to be changed, and sleep a lot.
It doesn’t take long to realize that our kids are not, in fact, perfect.
This realization comes after things are broken, lies are spoken, messes are made, and drinks are spilled. If you think your two-year-old is perfect, please watch them eat some spaghetti. I promise you’ll see the evidence of their imperfections all over their face, their shirt, and probably the floor.[Read more…] about You’re Not Right