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No More Judging!

I am starting a new series.  I intend to write most of it today, so it might actually be more than just one post.

Justices of Appeal. Supreme Court of Ontario Canada
Date: 1923
Photographer: Micklethwaite, Photo, Toronto
Reference code: 993037-01P

Until I had multiple kids living in my house, I was a terribly judgmental person.  Well, I still kind of am, because I believe firmly in what is right and what is wrong, and if questioned will stand up for my Biblically-based beliefs, but that is a topic for another day (or never, since going viral would be kind of awesome, but getting called mean names and being bullied would not be very fun...)

Anyways, I used to think there was only one way to parent, and while I am not the type to say anything if I disagree with they tactics you (again, not specific) used, I would certainly talk about it later!

Since experiencing the joy (that is intended as both sarcastic and serious) of having multiple young children in my care 24/7 I have decided that isn't really appropriate.  Some days are wonderful.  Some days are hard.  Some days are miserable.

Sometimes you are just coping.  You are just trying to hang on to the last bit of sanity available that day.  And at that moment, you might not be at your best.  Just because you see someone at their worst doesn't mean they are not doing their best.


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