I think the way you figure out what to do in most life situations happens through experience. To get through life experiences, you really live those experiences. So I want to hear from you about your parenting experiences. I want to hear your questions that arise within these child raising moments. I actually have two questions for you about these life situations. I hope you will take the time to answer one or two of them and send those answers my way.
What is your number #1 question that you want to be answered during your parenting journey?
This can be a question from your current parenting situation or a situation you expect to be within in the near future. I know I write every week about m y experience as a parent and how I answer my big questions, but I’m hoping to take a look at your big questions. Please send me your big-ass parenting questions that you’d like me to address in this blog. I am here to help us be the best that we can be for our kids.
In that same vein, I’d love to hear what parenting has taught you that you are dying to share with all of us. So here’s question number two:
What has parenting your children taught you so far?
Of course, this is a huge question. But I want to hear a thing or two that you have learned since becoming a parent. Maybe it’s something that completely surprised you, like ‘Oh my gosh, my parents loved me as much as I love my child? That’s amazing!’ Or maybe it’s something completely practical, like ‘I need time-outs more than my child needs time-outs!’ Whatever it is, I’d love to hear about your insightful parenting moments.
I can’t wait to hear from you. Drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. I promise to report back some your questions and answers in future posts. As always, much love and respect to you. Thank you for your support.