5 New Affirmations for Parents

by ParentCo. July 14, 2015

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All parents need a little positive thinking and self-empowerment about the excruciating, uh, beautiful job of parenting. Here are some quotes that sum it up.

You can also them all on this Pinterest board.

Childhood is too short for arguments about wearing socks and underwear. "Childhood is too short for arguments about wearing socks and underwear."
Only sociopaths have kids AND spotless cars “Only sociopaths have kids AND spotless cars.”
I love you. I have no obligation to like you. Especially for the 24 hours post any biting incident I love you. I have no obligation to like you. Especially for the 24 hours post any biting incident.
“I will try to see the wonders of the world  through my child’s eyes.  Except when they talk about Pokemon because that shit makes my eyes actually glaze over.” “I will try to see the wonders of the world through my child’s eyes.
Except when they talk about Pokemon because that shit makes my eyes actually glaze over.”
My children are the keepers of my heart. I am the keeper of the car keys and I remind them of that daily My children are the keepers of my heart. I am the keeper of the car keys and I remind them of that daily.



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