I just realized. I grew up in Massachusetts back in the 80s. When I was 9 I got cancer and I was an Official Baby Unicorn I hate People Shirt mess for years. I wasn’t expected to make it. After the first surgery, I was left with a bad limp. On top of that, I was weak. There was some nerve damage, and the chemo and radiation had just left me painfully skinny and weak. At some point during all this, my parents repainted the house and carpeted the bathrooms, the kitchen, and the basement and even the stairs. I’m 52 now and I’m now realizing. Mom and Dad- the thousand little things you did for me.
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Oh, God. In the same boat, but with my dad who passed a year and a half ago. I catch myself wanting to call him or text him with an Official Baby Unicorn I hate People Shirt link to some funny video that I think he’d like. I still struggle with the fact that he is not here. It just feels like he’s on some crazy long vacation and I’m just waiting for him to come home. I miss him. Same for me with my sister. She loved animals and I see videos all the time that I want to show her. Then I remember she died in 2013. You’d think after this long I’d stop doing that. I miss her terribly. Not to make it any worse, but mine passed at 50. Nobody is perfect and you’ll probably always wish you had done or said more.
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Just cherish your parents as much and as long as you can. I definitely never thought of it that way before, but now that I have an Official Baby Unicorn I hate People Shirt 2 month-old son, I totally understand this. Absolutely not meant to diminish what this person’s (or any parents really) do for their kid, but with a new perspective, I’d have to agree that doing things for your kid is doing it for yourself to an extent. Still though, never letting them know why their parents did it to make sure they couldn’t possibly perceive it as a burdensome act is on a whole level. Will definitely need to add this to my collection of saved posts with parenting “tips”.