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10 Things I Didn’t Know About Parenting But Have Been Forced To Find Out

Posted by sasha on 3 Apr 2012 in being mom |
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Top ten lists – everybody loves them. Everybody writes them. Someone else has probably already written this one. But here, nonetheless, is my modest contribution to the genre:

 

 

10 Things I Didn’t Know About Parenting But Have Been Forced To Find Out

  1. Sleep deprivation as a concept and sleep deprivation as an experience are two completely different things.
  2. Projectile poop as a concept and projectile poop as an experience are  also two completely different things.
  3. It is possible to sleep when the baby sleeps. All you need is a cook, a maid, and a catheter.
  4. To a toddler, “no” isn’t so much a word as a mantra.
  5. To a preschooler, “no” isn’t so much a rebuke as a call to arms.
  6. What goes up (the back of the sofa) must come down (with a very loud thunk).
  7. What goes in (one end) must come out (the other) — and some of it doesn’t change a whole lot in between.
  8. Anyone who thinks that children have limited attention spans has never read “Goodnight Moon” 57 times in a row.
  9. Never buy refurbished computer equipment – you really don’t know what’s hiding in that keyboard.
  10. Perfect parenting is not required to raise perfectly awesome children.

What have your kids taught you?

 

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