Every parent has their own version of what I call “Mom-Guilt”. Regardless of what you call it, or if you even acknowledge that it’s there, we all have it.
That little voice inside your head telling you it’s not enough. That you’re not enough for your kids. That you don’t do enough for them, or with them.
It highlights everything that you’re sure you’re messing up on, and tries to convince you that you’re right.
Today my Mom-Guilt is LOUD.
The struggle is real, and difficult, but in the end I know that I love my kids fiercely. And my kids know that they are loved. Which I suppose is the most important part at the end of the day.