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Parenting Is Always Hard. So Stop Comparing Baby Years To Teen Years

One year ago   |   By Scary Mommy

I find it hilarious when parents of older children tell me I'm in the easy stages.
I can't remember a time parenthood was easy. I can think of phases when things were different , but I don't think it was ever simple. Even pregnancy can be rough. In the beginning, you're exhausted and maybe sick, in the middle you feel better but start to waddle, and in the end, you feel like your own planet.
Thankfully, none of that is in vain. After waiting months to see your child's beautiful little face, you feel like things will always be this perfect. Except they won't.
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