The Life Of Being a Parent

So what is being a parent really like?

As most of you know who have read my ‘A little about me’ post will know I become a mammy at the young age of 17. If you have not click here. It wasn’t easy that is for sure! Any amount of people judged me & Stuck their 2p in but that didn’t bother me. Becoming a parent at 17 or 37 doesn’t mean anything age is just a number. I was very mature for my age.

My Babies!

In January 2011 we welcomed our first-born Edward in to the world, Then in July 2014 we welcomed our 2nd little boy Oscar, Blessed with two happy & Healthy babies.

Our beautiful first born Edward.
Edward-Junior
Our beautiful second son. Oscar
Oscar.

The fun part of being a parent LOL! Nappy explosions, Sick fountains, Pooping in the bath, Taking their nappy of when they pooped & Smearing it everywhere (Oscar was the one who did this) Food being tipped over their heads especially the food that stains like a b*tch, The tantrums, The terrible twos (They do exist but not always from the age of 2) Oscar started his terrible twos well before he turned 2! He’s the mischievous one who’s always up to no good. Looking at him with his big brown eyes you would think butter wouldn’t melt. Do not be fooled!

It is all fun & Games.

It’s not all like that thankfully, The cuddles, They little ‘I love yous’ Singing songs together, Reading books, Hearing them giggling, The little notes you find around the house off your child expressing their love for you & Their dad. Seeing them smiling & Their eyes being filled with love, Makes you realise you’re doing a good job as a parent.

It can be hard & Tough at times but once you are a parent you learn to cope. I don’t know how at the best of times but you do.

As long as they are happy, Well cared for & Are loved, Your smashing it.

6 thoughts on “The Life Of Being a Parent

  1. Oh I’m sure you’re amazing mom! It had to be really tough time for you to deal with all judging comments, but I think that your kids’ love compensated it all.

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