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Renae is a married working mom of two handsome boys. She works as a registered dental hygienist by day and blogs here at How to Have it All by night. She enjoys cooking from scratch, working in her vegetable garden and functional training.

Comments

  1. While thank goodness my son has not said that YET (emphasis on yet – he is not yet 3 years old) I think I would like to believe I would feel on some level, a certain level of validation ( that what I was doing as a parent was correct- and lets face it, when do we get it that instantaneously). Let me explain, I am part of a blended family and struggle with a partner who has a very different parenting style than mine (he is very hands off, and I am more involved, way involved by his standards…but I digress). His kids are teenagers and our child together is almost 3. I think that if your child doesnt disagree with anything you do or protest (ESPECIALLY when he/she is a teenager) than you are not really doing your job as a parent. So in other words (very long words)…Congratulations on doing a great job as a parent…not only are you doing your job, but you are doing so in a way that you are raising sensitive and caring young boys…BRAVO!

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