Have you ever wished you were a perfect mom? That you knew all the answers, made all the right decisions, and never made mistakes?
Do you ever fear you might mess up your kids? Feel guilty over your parenting mistakes? Doubt yourself as a mom?
Yes, I think we’ve all wished a time or two that we could be perfect moms. Life would be so much easier, and our kids would be so much better off.
Or would they?
These thoughts and “what-ifs” led me to write a piece that became my third for Her View From Home. Click over to give it a read, then feel free to share it with your friends if it speaks to you!
If I Were a Perfect Mom …
Sometimes I wish I were a perfect mom. I tend toward perfectionism, in general, but motherhood has brought it out in me in all new ways.
I stress over finding the “right” way to do everything. I second guess my decisions. I wonder what other moms think of me. I worry about messing up my kids.
Yes, I wish I were a perfect mom. It would sure make our lives better.
And yet . . .
Read the full post, If I Were a Perfect Mom, on Her View From Home!
My Other Pieces on Her View From Home:
- Book Review – The SuperMom Myth: Conquering the Dirty Villains of Motherhood
- Real Moms…Real Jesus: A Real Mom’s Review
- Am I a Good Mom? 10 Things All Good Moms Do
- 5 Prayers to Combat Mom Fear