The Sibling Myth

The toddler as Romantic hero

When I first decided to give motherhood a go, I assumed that if I was able to have one baby, I would go ahead and try for another. It seemed to me that once you’d gone through the complete and harrowing life-shift between not being a parent to being a parent, you might as well have a pair of children, who could play with each other.

I began to question that assumption once my son was born. Don’t get me wrong: being a mom is awesome

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Solana Joy

Solana Joy

Writer. Rambler. Mother. Creature. Alaskan. Expat.

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