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alexandraandrews alexandraandrews 2 years

Both can be true. It's what we choose to focus on. We focus on the good most of the time and u have two kids who are 85% of the time the top pics. Do we have melt downs? Oh heck yes. Does mommy yell? Yup. But to put emphasis on what makes us most frustrated in life just brings you down. I have a blog "the reasons my son I crying" for the comedic aspect of putting those tears in perspective. And I've posted a fair few crying and disaster pics. They are all part of it! Entire box of Cheerios turned to carpet? A must have for anyone raising kids. I think occasionally seeing the rough reality DOES help us all feel more normal and put less pressure on ourselves to be perfect. So I say keep it 75% positive, the things that make you happy and reaffirm how awesome having kids is!! But out a little of the rough out there so people know they aren't alone in the struggles.

KathleenNolan90018 KathleenNolan90018 2 years

My Legoland picture post. :). Keeping it real!

SilesteRoy SilesteRoy 3 years

What a bunch of crap these photos are. The kids are wearing different clothing, are different children in some, it's a bunch of hogwash.

mnwatson1 mnwatson1 3 years

This is so incredibly true. *LOL* Love it.

BethanyRobertson62055 BethanyRobertson62055 3 years

Hilarious. We all need to remember not to judge our "behind the scenes" with others "front cover."

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