I meant it more in a "my son is my top priority and I will give up anything and everything I need to in order to provide him with whatever he needs from me" sense.Please don’t fall into “my whole world” trap, it’s an awful and dangerous cliche. An infant should not be “your whole world’. The reality is you are the whole world to the baby, not vice versa. He needs to learn about the world from you. Taking care of your baby should be your top priority but not define your entire existence.
This good mother equals a martyr complex is disturbing to me. Of course most of the women who I see endlessly post about a baby being “their whole world” suddenly change their tune when the weekend comes round and they want to party or they get a new boyfriend, but they chant those mommy cliches like a mantra.
Your mother attempted to make Colin her “whole world” and look how that ended up. Have a full life so your baby will too.
I have as much of my own life as I can right now as well.
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Emma turned 19 years old on Saturday and since she’s looking for an apartment, I bought her kitchen supplies… She was thrilled with them :) She also had a surprise for Jeremy. She used …
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