When you are a parent, worry is a given. Where are they? How are they? How do I handle this? Is this normal? Am I doing a good job?
These questions are ever-present whether we are new parents or seasoned vets. They often come with feelings of anxiousness or uncertainty, which generally subside when we get validation and reassurance from a partner, friend, or even internet.
I’m waiting for my son to get home from school. It’s a beautiful day and I know he is going to want to play soccer, then football, and then play hockey with lacrosse sticks and a soccer ball. Brutally honest, I am thinking about the couple of e-mails I would like to send and loose ends I’d like to wrap up before the end of business day.