8 things i never would have done before becoming a parent - radar absorbent material
Being a parent means you say goodbye to any criteria.
If you had children, you would have so many strange hands.
Ha, your disgust and awkward meter will be completely reset to "Don't Care ".
But it's immune that no one takes care of a child-in the face of this explosive, dirty thing, you're eager to get it done, tired and hard adversity means that you make some choices that you won't even consider before you become a parent.
I wasn't even sure I knew these existed until I had children.
Now I won't go out without a pack of wipes.
Not only do I wipe the bottom with them (
Kids, dogs and mine if there is no toilet)
But, to wipe the surface, clean my hands, take off the makeup
Clean up the car.
I have wet wipes for everything.
I wipe it all day.
Pick up dusty dummies from the floor, bottle baby milk to test the temperature, your kids dirty fingers to clean them, dirty food sticky, hey, you even suck your nose from the clogged nose.
Never thought you would do this, when you are happy to wait for the pregnancy test to turn positive, you never thought that I would think it would be normal to hide the absorbent material soaked in the early morning and the poop in my bag.
Then carry it with you.
Now, I don't blink at the thought of a dirty diaper hanging on my arm waiting for the nearest bin.
Remember, it's there at the end of the day.
Previously, if a handbag had spilled and found any stray tampon or pill packs, I would have been in an awkward hurry to hide them.
Now, I don't care if I look through a bag of emergency snacks and find the nipple pads, sanitary napkins, ass cream and dirty diapers that parents have to carry with them.
This will crash me before giving birth.
Now, I'm just tut, trying to scoop it out with another nail and wash my hands when I can, but I'm not in a hurry.
To be honest, I never yelled in the street before having children.
Now, I keep sending out "stop there, Daze" yellow to a kid who tries to cross the road or "Wait for Me" to make mistakes, "Put It Down" and "come back here" are all at the top of my voice-outside and in front of strangers. I know. .
Or poop, or wee, or porridge.
You have given the man out of the front door in his clothes.
Yes, the running of the school can be done in onesie and he suddenly knows that you are with someone you never drank before school
Children's days, taking part in baby yoga and singinga-long sessions.
You are willing to belittle yourself because you don't want your little one to be left out.
If there's baby Morris
You will dance there with a bell. Enjoy.