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When I got pregnant, I swore that I would never think the thought, I’m a bad mom.
The mom shaming trend drives me nuts.
And in reality, I struggle with this thought A LOT. And the fear of being a bad mom triggers a whole lot of crazy in me.
So, here are some of the thoughts that happen for me, and how I try to let go of them so I can be less of a crazy person.
At the end of your life, are you going to wish you had worked more hours or earned more money? Are you going to say, “Boy, I’m glad I never said no to anyone who asked me for something”?
Or are you going to wish with all your heart that you had done the thing you dreamed of doing? Just gotten it done, instead of thinking about it and never doing anything?
During my first semester in college, I made a conscious choice that I would try a whole bunch of things until I found My Thing.
I went ALL IN for this process of finding My Thing: I auditioned for Alive, the Christian a cappella group. I tried out for Flypeople, the student dance group, and the Vassar Repertory Dance Theater, the official dance company on campus.
I didn’t make any of them.