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    My parents also taught me how NOT to parent.

    Through their inadequacies and general absence I learned so much.

    • I will always be there for my children
    • They will always have a place to call home
    • I will always encourage them to try new things and I will support them in doing those things
    • I will tell them I love them everyday
    • If my partner and I have relationship problems down the line, I will keep the children out of it and always encourage them to have a good relationship with their father

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    What NOT to do!

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    Be patiant & do whats right for them no matter what.

    My parents bend over backwards to do things for us, i just hope i can do the same for my kids.

    And home will always be home, no matter what.

    ETA - Its the little things in life that count the most.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaxcoop View Post
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    Like a few others, my parents also taught me how not to parent.

    *My son will always know he is loved beyond measure ~ no conditons ~ and has somewhere he belongs, no matter what.

    *He will never be the scapegoat or blamed for my inadequecies.

    *He'll be encouraged at every opportunity to explore who he is and the world he lives in.

    *He'll feel safe, secure and accepted , from birth. Attachment/natural parenting is how we plan to do that.


 

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