'Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better.' -Maya Angelou
This is something I'm constantly telling myself and the parents I work with: "You are doing the best you can with what you know, and that's enough. When we learn better, we do better." All too often, I find myself thinking about all the things I wish did differently. Instead, I focus on what I can do now, and it is what drives my passion to educate and empower families so they can help their children THRIVE. We can't change the past, but we can use it to empower ourselves and others to change things for the future!
Do you relate? What are some things you wish you knew when your kids were little?
I wish I knew that breastfeeding pain was not normal.