You’re a great parent

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To the parent that has 2 presents under the tree - you’re a great parent.

To the parent that has 30 presents under the tree - you’re a great parent.

To the parent that has no presents under the tree - you’re a great parent.

To the parent that has no tree - you’re a great parent.

To the parent that had to ask for donations this year - you’re a great parent.

To the parent that stood in line at the Salvation Army - you’re a great parent.

To the parent that has everything wrapped - you’re a great parent.

To the parent that hasn’t shopped yet - you’re a great parent.

To the parent that can't do anything this year - you’re a great parent.

To the grieving parent that is ready for the season to pass - you’re a great parent.

To the newly single parent that cries at the thought of Christmas morning - you’re a great parent.

To the parent that doesn’t celebrate Christmas - you’re a great parent.

To the parent that forgets to move the elf every night - you’re a great parent.

To the parent barely holding it together - you’re a great parent.

This season does not define how great of a parent you are.

Remember that.

We are all human, no one is perfect.

© Kai Crystal
Lindsey

Post by Lindsey »

i felt this in my soul, I am usually the parent who has everything bought and wrapped in November Christmas cards all written ready to post by the 1st December however this year I finally managed to flee my abusive husband and the last 6 months have been so tough 😭 I have 5 children and so far have only managed to buy 4 of them presents nothing is wrapped I bought cards but haven't written them and I am broke until the day before Christmas eve, I'm so worried one of my children will be getting no presents I can not even sleep 😭 I feel so terrible. but I am trying my best and my children have all told me they don't mind because they know next Christmas will be better
Laura

Post by Laura »

Thanks. I Missed the tea towel buying, the gift for the parents, got the wrong day for party clothes, missed the cut off for the card design purchase, the raffle prize donation was late. Other than that I’m winning.
Kelly

Post by Kelly »

Thank you. I needed to read that at the moment. My 15yr old said to me last night "it doesn't matter you can't get us the stuff you want to get us. We still have you and that's the best present we could have. You do everything you can for us and I am so grateful I didn't lose you to sepsis." Made me cry, but also made me realise I've brought my children up well.


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