A lesson learned in motherhood.
Motherhood is quite a humbling journey, isn't it? From trying to conceive, to watching your body grow and change while pregnant, to labor and delivery, to then trying to raise happy, well-adjusted kids - it's a daily rollercoaster ride with many opportunities to grown and learn. I realized the other night, as I nursed my 3rd baby to sleep, then held him in my arms 30 minutes past the time since he had fallen asleep, that one of my biggest lessons I've learned as a mom is to never say never. I had once proudly proclaimed that I would never nurse my babies to sleep because they needed to learn to be good, independent sleepers. Three children later, this is just one of the many examples of how I've eaten crow as a mommy. But it doesn't start or end there; read on to see a list of all the times I've eaten crow in the last 8+ years.
1. Before I had my first child, I said I was never going to leave my career to stay home with her.
I loved my job too much, and she needed to grow up to