I would say that I definitely do. I've ALWAYS been a Daddy's girl, but now, I'm 50/50 after having LO's
I understand all her misconstrued well-intentioned discipline/advice. I understand what she means when she says, "Someday, when you have kids of your own, you'll understand." Like when she says, "You can be 50 years old, but you'll always be my little girl who had the ability to fall over while standing perfectly still... and I'll still tell you to look both ways before you cross the street."
I understand her heartache when she saw I was taking wrong turns in life, and would do her best to give me advice but also step back and watch to help me grow. And how hard it was for her to do that. I hate seeing my babies struggle, and I want to do it for them, but I know they'll never learn.
I miss my Mommy.
Most of all. I realize what a crummy and bratty teenager I was, and I'll always be sorry. Mehh. I'm gonna go call her now.
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