I find the hardest moments with my son, who is now a toddler, are the times when I'm most happy to be with him.
When I remember to not get annoyed and not rush angrily through a temper tantrum, wishing my son would just be easier...when I just live in that moment and just be there with him at the time when he appears he's at his worst, I am able to remain positive about my explosive 2 year old.
I know I will look back at those moments as important - more important than the times when we were happily playing with blocks or giggling. I'll know those were the moments when he needed a present, level headed mom and I'll view those moments as the best quality time I could ask for with my son.
I'm Kim. I like to work hard but not enough to stop having fun and enjoying life. I hope I never stop learning and exploring. Other people inspire me to be and do better every day. Read on for reflections on work and play.