Now, I know I will be bashed. But let me explain at least.
I love my kids. I would do anything for them. But I really don't like the fact that they are kids. Kids can get on my nerves, and they are incredibly annoying. That is just fact. Sure, they can be sweet and lovable and great every now and then, but they need to be taught EVERYTHING, including boundaries. I think that is the most difficult part about being a parent.
Babies are easy to me. You just need to make sure they survive. Feed them, change them, love them, make sure they have clean clothes and a warm bed.
But once they start actually thinking and try pushing your buttons... oh it drives me crazy!!! I don't like discipling. I don't like getting angry because my kids don't listen--because we all know kids don't always listen. I deal with it because I'm a parent and I want what's best for them, but seriously? 18 years of this?? I know if I'm a good parent, I should have no problems, but don't all kids go through the teen years where they think they know it all and want to take risks?
Idk... I have a love/hate relationship with kids. It's like I care about them and would do anything to make sure a kid wasn't being hurt, but they can be so annoying sometimes and take everything for granted.
Am I just a bad person for feeling like this?