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I feel this way too about my children: the relationship, the feelings of love, closeness and trust. Experiencing that has changed me and how I see the world.
The mental and physical exhaustion is sometimes too much. I fantasise about holidays and travelling, and regular trips to the theatre and the pub. Realistically, though, I am happier now than before I had kids. There was never any doubt that I wanted children. Even to the point that I wanted to have two, maybe three. We had three in the end.
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I feel I needed that human contact and the noise and the feeling of being busy that parenthood brings. The relentlessness is hard. There is no opportunity to pause, take a breath, or reevaluate your priorities. I try to be really conscious of living in the moment. The best thing about being a parent is watching your children grow and change, as well as their inquisitiveness and curiosity.
It can be little things like seeing an interaction with a friend, or the way they open their lunch box. It really is magical. For us, cooking a lunch for people is a big deal. I never thought of being child-free, I was always certain that I wanted to have children. My original family had its problems, and I wanted children because I believed I could give them unconditional love and that they would know they were loved no matter what they did. For me, a future without children seemed impossibly bleak.
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