Hi Vivia! So nice to read your message! Lovely to …

Comment on Road to Guilt Free Working Parents by Kimberley.

Hi Vivia! So nice to read your message! Lovely to hear comments and share stories – the challenges are endless – but keep us on our toes and the rewards are priceless! Just today I fought all urges to sleep a beautiful day away, (okay, I had no real choice, to be honest), and had a great time with my boy outside. The days together are so precious and we push ourselves for them!

Two children – my goodness – you are a true hero! All the very best to you and yours!

Kimberley

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Road to Guilt Free Working Parents

My dream has changed from flying around the world and now all I want to do is be here with my son for every single moment of his growing years! So my dream is changing and I want to reflect, learn and connect with other busy folks doing the best for their family.

I love that you took time to share your comment as life is all about striving and doing the best we can! We can learn from one another!

Take good care. Keep up with life’s journeys, one day at a time.


Road to Guilt Free Working Parents

Hey Jose! Thanks so much for leaving a comment and for visiting my website! I imagine it wasn’t easy for your parents as well! You must be one independent teen!

All the best to you and your endeavors!!

Take care

Kimberley


Road to Guilt Free Working Parents

Hey Juan! Thanks for sharing a comment on my site! It is amazing to hear that your Mom worked away from home and you survived this just fine! Helps to hear that you had a great time at your grandparents home and I am happy to hear you were well taken care of with family love and even treats from far off places too 🙂


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Flight Attendant Mom

Thank you, Lacey! Here’s to Mom’s, making it work as best as we can! 


Face the Guilt of Parenting

YES! We all have diverse upbringings and they build our character! Thanks for visiting today and for sharing! Cheers to us – we are so blessed with our boys 🙂 xo

Continue to do your best and I wish you much happiness and blessed days!


Face the Guilt of Parenting

Thanks Allen, for taking your time to share! I know my parents were’t able to give my brother and I everything we wanted – I am so grateful for this. I know that my parents were out working for our welfare and we had to sometimes fend for ourselves or go without. I am grateful for this. My parents did everything for us and loved us very much (to this day!). Bless those parents – those ones who who never quit and were creative and giving and humourous and tough!

4 children?! Wow! You are amazing! xo


Travel

Hi Barbara! It’s so very hard to leave my son! I just feel so blessed because we have such support and our little guy bonds with both my husband and I occasionally separate and occasionally together. As the times change, so will we…. So far, we are making it work. Life is not easy!

Tips: have a really excellent routine. Since my boy was three months old – he understands structure. He loves the security and knowing some consistency in his life. He has expectations and we meet the good valued ones; the basic ones! Reading, eating, bathing, playing and sleeping are ritualistic almost!

We just do our very best and yep, we rely on support so our boy is well rounded and well loved.

We are not perfect, but I am providing a foundation and the rest I am learning along the way!

All the best to you!

Take good care, Always!

Kimberley


Flight Attendant Mom

Life is what you make it in the end! No matter what – you have to enjoy what you do. For the first time in my life, I do enjoy my work and travel is pretty amazing. Now that I am a Mom, there are challenges and perhaps I’ll move onto the next adventure that is more fitting. Just like everything, we change with the times…. It’s all up to us! Yay!


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