My four year old asked me one day, “What are you going to be when you grow up, Mommy?”


It’s a rather loaded, though appropriate question, as I often feel that I’ve got so much more to learn and experience. As a mother who chose solely mothering over pursuing a dream career at the same time, I can’t help but believe that I still have to prove my intellectual worth to myself, my family and most of all, my children. While littleQ rattled off a list of professions that he did and didn’t want to pursue in his beautifully bright future (mostly he just wants to be like mrQ), I mused thoughtfully about all my childhood ambitions, secret dreams and youthful expectations.


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