Finally, there is an answer to this question, and it is a good one. The Reason Why Children are 800% Worse When Their Mothers Are Around is simple. If your child acts up in front of you it means that you are being a good mom, and doing your job just right.
The Reason Why Children Are 800% Worse When Their Mothers Are Around
As a mother of two kids, I know exactly how they can be 800% worse when I am around. If they stay with dad, they are always in their best behavior. Drama begins the second I step into the room. Why do they always act up in front of me?
After reading this amazing post from Kate Surfs, I just loved it so much I had to share it with all of you. It is so true: Kids are absolutely 800% worse when around their mothers. Check out her awesome blog for some good parenting advice.
You might also be interested in reading Top 5 Reasons Why Mothers Feel Guilty All The Time. Yes, we do feel guilty because we want to be good moms and sometimes we wonder if we are doing things right. We worry and question everything! Like when kids behave so badly when we are with them. Are they acting up because they need more attention? Are we being selfish? How much do we need to play with our kids? We just can’t help it. It is in our nature to worry because we are moms.
But don’t worry anymore! Here is the answer you have been looking for. Kate, a mom blogger and parenting instructor, revealing the “actual” reason why children are 800% worse when their mothers are around. And here comes her beautiful theory, which will make you feel a little different about those tears and tantrums, I am sure.
This Is The Answer To Why Children Are 800% Worse When Their Moms Are Around
Because YOU, mama, are their safe place. YOU are the place they can come to with all of their problems. If you can’t make something better… well, then who else can?
YOU, dear mama, are a garbage disposal of unpleasant feelings and emotions.
If a child’s been holding it together all day, in an unpleasant situation, the second they see you, they know it’s time they can finally let go.
That means letting go of whatever… whining… crying… their bowels, etc. It’s the last thing you want to deal with after having been out enjoying yourself, or after coming home, tired, from a day at work… but that’s what we, as mothers, get: the uninhibited expression of a raw emotional release, slapping us in the face, the second we stumble through the door.
You have not spoiled your kids rotten if your are greeted at the door with whining and screaming. Oh no… don’t let anyone tell you that.
Rather, you’ve created a space safe enough for your child to have permission to be natural.
And, by the way… it’s REALY REALLY important for kids to be natural with their feelings, their emotions and their bodily functions. When they grow up, we want our children to have highly functioning emotional intelligence and body awareness, right?
So, take it as a good sign and remember this: They save it all for you!
Do your kids start speaking tongue, crying, releasing their bowels and clinging to you when you walk in the door? Take it as a sign that they love you and just know that I’m sending you lots of love the next time it happens, because I know… Oh, I know… it drives us all bonkers-up-the-wall!
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I hope you enjoyed reading The Reason Why Children Are 800% Worse When Their Mothers Are Around. I instantly feel better each time I read it. It reminds me that I need to have a lot of patience. My kids really drive me crazy sometimes! For more parenting advice, check out my parenting section.
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