Even the right decisions can feel wrong in the moments after you make them.
I endured the rest of the class in stunned silence and never came back.
To not do so is to not treat my son like a human.
Ten years later, we’re not doomed at all. In fact, we’re great.
There are no lined-up shoes, objects spun on the floor, or persistent questions.
Never fear learning who your child is.
Being a dad is tough, but being a human is often tougher.
Am I doing it for him and his needs or am I doing it for me and my wants?
All I needed to do was be there for him.
I’ll never put demands on either of them. Love and family aren’t about demands.