Life beyond toddler, tween and adolescence.
My children are no longer children. Now 19 and 21 years old; my daughter attends college out-of -state and in the foreseeable near future, my son will be moving out. Many of my friends and cousins are just now having babies or spending their days chasing after young children. I can honestly and definitively say that, after 21 years of raising children, I am ecstatic to be on this end of parenting. I am now entering the joy of being a parent of grown-ups. Things are different here, but I truly appreciate the view. I'm going to share more of my observations with the hashtag #whenyouhavegrownups
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#whenyouhavegrownups Watching stand-up comedy is much simpler. Sure, the comedic field maintains a high probability of potential offensiveness, but your grown-ups have heard it all before, plus they probably even picked it out on netflix and already watched it anyway.