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14 parents share the mistakes they made that they hope new moms and dads don't repeat

14 parents share the mistakes they made that they hope new moms and dads don't repeat

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Is there anything more difficult — and easier to accidentally find yourself doing — than raising a kid?

Raising kids isn't easy, and there are so many different ways to do it. A recent Reddit thread asked, "Parents of reddit, what are mistakes that you feel that you made that others could learn from before it is too late?" The answers prove that other parents might be the best resource.

1. It sounds so simple...

make time for your kid. really make time. my son is 9 now and I am lucky in that I am now able to give him the attention he deserves. when i was working myself to death, i was only home to sleep and get ready for work, and it affected him emotionally a lot.

now, he is doing better w/schooling, has waaaay less tantrums, is eating better, sleeping better, and just doing better overall. - Suspicious_Music949

Sources: Reddit
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