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Is that a morbid perspective? Maybe. As a former paramedic, I unfortunately saw death a lot, up close and personal. I’m also old enough to have lost loved ones as an adult. After my mother in law passed, and living through the aftermath, I saw things differently. Trying to find recent photos to share at the funeral and memorial, digging through albums and shoebox after shoebox of loose photos. We found memories, shared laughter, but the struggle to find images of mom was hard. She was always taking the photos. So she was there, but how much did we have to share with our kids, her grand babies?
Life is not going to wait for you. Our babies are rapidly becoming toddlers, then pre-schoolers, then suddenly graduating elementary school. Don’t let your images with your children be selfies taken with fun and silly filters that distract you from what you don’t like. You are their momma and they love the you they have right now.
My son (8 at the time) saw me working out one day and asked why I was. I told him I wanted to be skinny again. He thought about it for a second and said “hmm, I don’t think I’ve ever seen you skinny.” which stung in the moment. The more I thought on the words, the more impact it had. I have been skinny while he was old enough to remember, but he didn’t care. He doesn’t notice that I’ve lost 40 pounds since the twins were born. He doesn’t see my double chin that I currently have.
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