Seeing the World Through My Daughter’s Eyes

She has the childhood I always wanted, and I couldn't be happier

Photo by Sandy Millar on Unsplash

A few weeks ago, my daughter was beside herself and could barely force any words out through a tangle of tears. Eventually, my little girl told me she was crying because she was so happy with her life that she never wanted anything to change. Her grandma had said something that…

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I am a freelance writer from the Chicago area. I have one awesome child, one sweet husband, one clingy cat, and one website: www.thinkingwhiletyping.com.

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Lisa Dexter

Lisa Dexter

I am a freelance writer from the Chicago area. I have one awesome child, one sweet husband, one clingy cat, and one website: www.thinkingwhiletyping.com.

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