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i just noticed.. Happyflower

Posted by karen_kay on June 22, 2007, at 9:32:06

In reply to Re: duckies, bruises, future therapy and walking karen_kay, posted by Happyflower on June 20, 2007, at 18:18:23

i wrote 'i don't want a future 'normal bates' on my hands'.. hmmm.. maybe i do want norman bates? god, so it begins. i'm left wondering if i do in fact want a momma's boy. i honestly think i do.

i've already decided (well, we've decided) that one duckie's plenty. and this one's going to be glued to my hip. he's my sidekick, my 'robin', or 'skipper' or whatever you wnat to call him.

i just worry about everything. i know 'these' years are the important ones. and i was honestly upset when i found out i wasn't the first person to give him chocolate milk. (upset wasn't the word, and i asked my sister to just withhold information next time)

is this sort of thing normal? to think your kid's perfect (well, of course i know that's normal), but to worry that every single, little thing you do is going to have an everlasting effect on him/her?

i'm crazy. just say it. i'm ready to hear it. (adn i've never seen another person, other than myself, who enjoys looking into the mirror as much as he does. he can't get enough of himself...)

and to have your therapist tell you you're doing a wonderful job as a parent? wowsa!!! i'm half tempted to go fidn one, just so i can have him/her reassure me i'm going well... if he says you're doing well, it must be so. congrats to you for being such a great momma dear! though, i'm sure you know that.

pat on back (though i'm tempted....),

kk


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