Last Updated on December 29, 2017 by ellen
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I’m an avid reader, and while I was pregnant with my daughter (my first child), I read just about every book that existing on being pregnant and being a parent. I memorized exactly what was supposed to happen in each month. I stocked the house with the right supplies, the best books, the most recommended learning games, and everything I thought I might need just in case. This post has been sponsored, but the story is my own.
Can You Ever Be Truly Ready to be a Parent?
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With all of my magazine subscriptions, books and supplies I thought I knew exactly what to expect when the baby was born. I had planned and prepared so well, But, can you ever be truly ready to be a parent? You can read every parenting book in the library, but chances are your child will still do things that leave you scratching your head in confusion.
The good news is that you don’t need to be the perfect parent. You can sing off key and be horrible at baseball. You can repeat Star Trek lyrics with a horrible accent. You can burn toast and eat too many jelly beans. What you really need to do to be a parent is to be there for your child no matter what. If you agree, check out these two videos all about what it takes to be the perfect parent.
Check out the videos above and let me know what you think? Which is your favorite and why?