I’m Never Going to be the ‘Pinterest Perfect’ Mother

I really appreciate the honesty in this post. I think we can all take something from this piece that Amber has written. It’s so important to make memories while our children are still young and spend the time and she’s totally right. All of our chores will still be there at the end of the day, but how we make our children feel in the moment when we maybe don’t have that second to stop doing dishes so that way we can come and see what they want to show us that’s going to stop one day and it’s best for us to take advantage of all the time we get to spend with them right now because they’re so little and they’re so dependant on us and they’re just such a joy to be around even when they’re fussing. These are the moments that no one should want to miss out on.

4 thoughts on “I’m Never Going to be the ‘Pinterest Perfect’ Mother

  1. jenniferjordanschaller

    I understand the concept of Pinterest as a time-saving organizational tool, but I also think that it makes life harder when you place high expectations upon yourself or you are a perfectionist and you want to do everything right. I know I fall into this category. I am not a baker, a gardener, an event planner, or a manicurist. I don’t have the time or resources to do everything for my kids. I just do my best, and I love them. I think that’s enough. Here are some Pinterest fails to make you giggle: https://www.boredpanda.com/funny-pinterest-fails/

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