I’m a parent and I love kids.
I love them unconditionally and unconditionally.
They are the love of my life.
But they are also the love in my life, too.
As a parent, it’s important to be a part of their lives, and to be there for them at the most difficult times.
I know I’m not alone.
Kids are incredibly resilient, and they’re often the ones that make it work for you.
I have a deep understanding of what it means to be the one who’s holding the other person’s hand during those moments.
I think of my mom and my dad as “I love you” people.
They’re like the big boys in my family.
They’ve always been there for me, even when I’ve struggled to do the same things I wanted to do.
But I’ve never been able to make the connection with my kids about why I want them to be part of my world, and I’m still trying to figure that out.
I do know that the world is a beautiful place.
And the world can be cruel and unpredictable.
It’s up to us to be careful in how we raise our children and understand how the world works.
When it comes to being a parent for the sake of your children, it can be hard.
The world can feel overwhelming.
But if you’re willing to put in the hard work, you can make a lasting difference.
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