Yep, my son is now officially a grown man. I am still processing how it feels to be a parent of a 21 year old, but frankly, I am just happy that we made it.
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We’d all like to think that our children are angels. But in reality, no matter how perfect we think our kids are (or want them to be), they aren’t perfect—they are human.
Pregnant at the age of 17, a mom at the age of 18, the stacks were against me. I had no idea what I was doing. Never had changed a diaper or burped a baby. I was so not mother material. Despite all that, we persevered and now my little boy is 18 and graduating from high school. From Teen Mom to Dream Mom. I got this!
It comes in spurts—I will be watching television and see a precious baby which makes me ooh and aww. Or I will sit and remember how my son used to scoot on the floor before he started walking or how my daughter couldn’t go anywhere without people fawning over her in her stroller.