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Ive Had Tons Of Jobs But Being A Mom Is The Hardest

I ALWAYS WANTED A CHILD BUT NOT ALONE TO DO BY MYSELF.AS A FAMILY...BUT LIFE ISNT A RIDE U CONTROL YOU JUST GRAB THE BAR AND HOPE IT DOESNT SPIN OR FLIP YOU OUT OR GET STUCK.MY SON IS A GIFT FROM GOD AND A MIRACLE.BUT SOMEDAYS I AM ANNOYED.SOMEDAYS I CRY.SOMEDAYS I WANNA LEAVE.SOMEDAYS I WANNA PULL MY HAIR OUT.SOMEDAYS I WANNA KICK HIS DADS BUTT FOR NOT HELPING OR PUTTING IN ANY INPUT ON RAISING A CHILD.SOMEDAYS I FEEL LIKE THE LUCKIEST WOMAN ALIFE WITH THE BEST KID.
YOU LEARN SO MUCH FROM BEING A PARENT.AND I RESPECT WOMEN AND SINGLE MOMS IN SO MANY WAYS BECUZ I AM ONE NOW.MY GRAMS HAD 12 AND I DONT KNOW HOW THE HELL SHE DID IT.THERE ARE NO BREAKS NO RAISES BUT IT IS A JOB THAT IS MINE.
prettytasty prettytasty 31-35, F 2 Responses Nov 15, 2010

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I confess that I am not a mom. I'm a dad. In fact, I am the father of eight children and it is the most rewarding experience I feel I could have risen to. Each of my children is a unique blessing from God, and like all of you, some days I could scream and run away. But yet, somehow, God always seems to make sure I have all the strength I need to make it through the day. While anybody can be a parent, it takes special people to mommies and daddies. God bless each of us.

Yes, I am now a single working parent of three kids. I stayed at home for 10 years with the kids. I didn't think it was all that hard although it had its moments. But being single alone and having three kids-- that is hard. To worry about being the provider, the mom, the teacher, the housekeeper, the everything. I would not change my kids for anything, but it is very hard.