I’m excited to introduce my very first column as a contributor for TheBlaze! The first part is below, then you can click the link on or below the picture for the rest.
Parenting is a job we sort of “get,” regardless of our qualifications, knowledge, or experience, simply because of biological reality. No matter how much responsibility and experience we’ve had in our jobs or other aspects of our lives, I think when we first set eyes upon that tiny, fragile, amazing miraculous life that somehow came from us, the significance of the task before us begins to truly manifest itself in a way that can make the most confident among us feel completely and hopelessly unqualified.
It is, after all, our responsibility to not just keep those tiny things alive for the next 18 years, but to train them in such a way that they aren’t a danger to themselves and others. It’s a big job, an important job, actually the most important job any of us will ever have, and it’s ours by default.
I can’t think of a whole lot of things scarier than that.
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