My lovely friend Emily came under fire today because she'd tweeted that she'd unfollowed someone as she didn't want to see their 'worrying parenting' anymore. Her reason for doing this was because she was worried she'd end up saying something. Sometimes, it's best to keep quiet as words aren't always necessary - so maybe she shouldn't have posted the tweet at all, but if I'm honest, I'm shocked at the amount of people who've negatively responded to and preached to Emily about judgement. Let's face it, we all judge others so let's not pretend we don't. However, there is a very fine line between judging and showing concern isn't there?
Monday, January 16, 2017
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When I was pregnant, people would often be quick to tell me how hard the newborn days are, and to make sure I rest when I could. Maybe I was lucky, but if I'm honest, the newborn days were a breeze in comparison to now. Once he turned six months things began to change - I think lot of it was down to sheer frustration on his behalf because he wanted to do things before he could manage. Now, he's eight months old and constantly on the go, crawling everywhere. There are also days he suffers with separation anxiety and doesn't let me do anything. I'll admit, I do get moments where I find everything all abit overwhelming, so - is it wrong to let my baby watch TV?
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