Children today are cossetted and pressured in equal measure. Without the freedom to play they will never truly grow up
Natasha Tuck's insight:
Brings up a lot of deep questions about how to raise our children - reminds me of Louv's Nature Deficit Disorder and how important nature is, which seems to naturally promote play and discovery, as well as making me grateful for choosing a school that is child-led in their activities. I'm still curious about the school year and whether it's healthy to have the 2-3 month-long school break, I was under the impression that it was not but I suppose it depends on what you do and whether or not it provides the same or better opportunity then school.
I could be a smoother version of myself, less sleep-deprived, better dressed; my list of worries could begin and end only with me. But I'm at the mercy of motherhood, and I'd rather love through these bent rib bones....
There is no supermom. There is only the real mom. And the real mom is brave, tenacious, funny, crazy, excited, tired, giving, crying, hoping, loving, challenging, working, worn out, loving life, loving those kids, and amazing....
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