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I'm embracing taking a step back from parenting from time to time. Are you?
"Why didn't anyone tell us that at some point as a parent, you could be pooping and throwing up at the same time and you'd still have to get up with your @%*&$@% kids at 5 a.m. the next morning to get them breakfast?"
After telling my story of dealing with anger, frustration, and depression as a parent, I've heard from so many of you dealing with the same thing. Let's not let that momentum go. Let's be more honest with each other.
I haven't written for Instafather for months. And it had nothing to do with laziness or procrastination. It was because I was becoming something I didn't recognize anymore - and my kids knew it, too.
Dear Elliott: I'd like to fulfill my duties as a dad and take a moment for some honest talk as you enter your third year.