The Parenting Rollercoaster

Imperfectly Perfect


The joys of parenting come beautifully wrapped in some very socially awkward moments, the memories of which render you rolling with laughter in hindsight, but have the misfortune of leaving you red with embarrassment at the time of its occurrence, when suddenly every adult human around you is striving to appear normal- their eyes betraying their intentions as they force shift their focus, suppressing that smile (or laugh) for later.

When Little Princess was a little more than a year old (more precisely when she discovered her passion for exploring the world), I was standing at the supermarket counter, balancing a happy toddler on one hand while pushing a trolley full of purchases on the other.

While my attention was focused on racking my brain for a reasonable explanation to Sid’s bizarre questions, Little Princess’s eyes fancied the string (on the behind of the dress) of the lady who stood…

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