Nothing ever gets anywhere. The earth keeps turning round and gets nowhere. The moment is the only thing that counts. – Jean Cocteau
I am in Santa Monica this weekend visiting my sister. She is 28 weeks pregnant and we turned 36 two days ago. Our best friend from home is here with us. We met her 30 years ago. We grew up in Maine. So we’re far from home. She has 3 children. Here are our Mantras:
- This too shall pass, have faith that we will move past this moment of frustration
- Take a shower, Take care of yourself
- Look at a tree (grounding and makes us connect with the idea that it takes a lot of time to grow)
- I will be present today
- I will leave my phone at home when I go on walks with my family
- Co-sleeping is a blessing, it is a luxury and it won’t last long
- Deep breaths
- Parenting (Good Parenting) comes in all shapes and sizes
- What feels heavy right now is actually quite light in the grand scheme of life
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