Zombie Post: What If I Hate My Son?

I’ve been publishing this blog for more than two years now. My son is approaching his second birthday (I started the blog a few months before his due date), and it’s impossible to overstate how much my life has changed since he was born.

The good news is that this blog provides a great way for me to look back and see how much things have changed, so I have something to focus on when I break down into tears. In order to remind myself of just how ignorant I was, and will continue to be (god knows when I look back at yesterday’s post in two years, I’ll shake my head just as vigorously), I thought it might make sense to occasionally revisit some of my older posts. I’ll call them Zombie posts, since they’ve crawled back up from the Buried archives. HILARIOUS!

Here’s the first outing, which was written almost exactly two years ago and is pretty timely, seeing as my last few posts have been about how annoying my kid is. Check it out:

What If I Hate My Son?

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2 thoughts on “Zombie Post: What If I Hate My Son?

  1. You’re so lucky to be raising your son amidst the technology that affords you and others a permanent home for your dad musings. My “baby” is 20, and when I was a young-ish mom, I had to record my thoughts on scraps of paper that remain, unfortunately, unorganized. (This, and digital cameras and $100 flip-cams! I’m jealous 🙂 ) I’m a new follower and will definitely be checking out your re-posts. ps–the twos aren’t as terrible as some make it out to be…:) Jane

  2. What a great idea! (Funny post, too, btw). I often go back into my archives and read through some of my oldies. Really shows me how far I’ve come. But also smacks me silly about how far I still have to go if I’ve only come this far 😉 My kids are 4.75 and 2.5 and we’re thinking of adding another to the brood. Am I nuts? Has blogging about parenthood taught nothing? 😉

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