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But as we lay and talked together in the echoing house (sleep proving near impossible), we were blessed to arrive at the mutual realization that here, indeed, was all we really needed.
In a house with two working parents, it seems easy for the grownups to get caught up in the sours… too much work, too little sleep, or whatever the problem of the day might be.
When a child misunderstands something from our adult world, we chuckle. In general, we find their ignorance endearing and refreshing. Their innocence protects them from the influence of the adult world, at least for a little while.
We all have different thoughts and experiences when it comes to love. I have my own definition that I will share later, but for the purposes of this journey, I decided to go to “the source of all knowledge.”
Having high expectations can be a good thing, but when it comes to the lives of our children, it can often be the source of struggle within a family.