Sometimes Co-Parenting Means Letting Go

“There is the drawing you are trying to make and the drawing that is actually being made, and you can’t see it until you forget what you were actually trying to do” – Lynda Barry I love this quote because it is all about how letting go of expectations frees up creativity to let something just grow. I think parenting involves many moments of letting go and being there to nurture and support what unfolds. In those moments when parents realize that things are not going as planned and dreamed, we have the choice to either clamp down tight and redirect back to the original path, or to be there to offer love, support, and safety on the new adventure. And it’s more complicated with two houses …

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