I Worry
Renee Cheung
32

Baby brain! Oh how it never goes away. I’ve learned to make a lot of notes. But I understand your worries. You’re strong. You’ll make it through. There will always something to worry about, and the fact that you’re worrying, that you’re trying to make everything the best as possible for your son, means you’re a good parent.

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