When I was a teenager and living with my Mom, I felt very responsible. She worked long hours and I was frequently home alone. I cooked, cleaned, was a good student and never gave her much reason to worry about me.
Added by Lauren Markman on December 30, 2014 at 6:30am — No Comments
This morning my baby woke up with a fever and I knew that something was wrong since he just finished taking a round of antibiotics from his last illness less than two weeks ago. When I took his temperature this morning, it was 103 degree using a rectal thermometer. In the past, we have ran him to the doctor…Continue
Added by Christy Garrett on January 24, 2013 at 9:30pm — No Comments
In light of the Bumbo Baby Seat recall, I am reminded of how much we worry as parents.
When our first-born child, Stella was only 2 hours old, I said to my husband, "You better
have a darn good relationship with her for her entire life. You may be the only
connection we have to her in her teen years." He just looked at me like I was crazy. In
his defense, I probably was a little crazy. I had just gone through labor. That said, I
clarified my statement to him…
Added by Stacy York on September 27, 2012 at 3:13pm — No Comments
When you see your least favorite things about yourself reflected in your children, it can break your heart.Continue
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Yup, thats me I am the main worrywort in my family. It is an exhausting job let me tell you. I worry from the moment I wake up until the moment I go to sleep. That is if I am able to fall asleep. I told you I am a night owl, which is probably not good for a worrywort...because the most worrying thoughts happen in the darkness of night.
Over the years I have been taught ways to keep my worrying under control, but it definitely creeps back up. After having my daughters it became much…
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