It's a never ending guilt trip. Lol. You are totally responsible for every aspect of this little persons life and you just hope you are doing things right & not screwing them up in the process. It's very hard, but the love you feel for your children is the strongest love you will ever feel for anyone. It's powerful stuff.
Because you want to do everything perfect & it hurts when you make mistakes.
My children are all grown up and have families of their own. Bringing them up was the most difficult but enjoyable thing I have ever down. If you put in the time, guide them as well as you can, and try to give them unconditional love, it can be the most rewarding experience of your life
best part of life...but no sleep for 18yrs lol
Stressful. One of the most difficult experiences in my life. Can be rewarding sometimes.
Stressful, wonderful, heart rending, proud... so very proud, etc. The best part? Sometimes almost all of them at once! I have twin sons and I can say for all the hard work, and let's not fool ourselves it is VERY hard work to be a good parent, I wouldn't trade it for anything in the world! When your child smiles and you and hugs you like they want to bury themselves in you it is a feeling like no other in your life.
I have 2 teens now, you ask how I feel? OMG, IDK, HAHA, they need to bring back caporal punishment
Rewarding and repetitive at the same time lol : change nappies, feed, bathe, read, bottles, play, take for walk, etc, sleep, wake up, repeat process again lol
Alot of responsibility and proud, that you can do good for them. Alot of worries about there being.
i wouldnt know, never been that lucky
Unexplainable.. My best explanation is Seeing your child/children is seeing your heart beat outside of your body! True love like no other!
You tend to stress alot. 1 child or more.
A biggest and lovely chore in life
Sometimes it is very rewarding, however, when things don't go as they should, or illness sets in or he is injured, I am a mess. If my son is unhappy, I am miserable. Being a good parent is a full-time, often thankless job that I wouldn't trade for millions of dollars.