I’m over at World Moms Blog talking about comparing childhoods.
“I’ve always been determined that my children will have every cultural advantage I had as a child, which means that they will know how to swim competitively, to read music, to play at least one instrument, and have an additional sport of their choice. It seemed a matter of course that they would also go to the Symphony (ballet, opera and theatre) and have cultivated a great love of reading from an early age.
But I’m starting to realize that I’m setting an unfair expectation . . .”
If you’d like to read more, click here! I’d love to see you there!
PS: Hi everyone (waving)