Why I’m Giving up on Trying to Being an Entertaining Mom
I took my children to the children’s museum, but my concern was about the germs my kids will have contact with. I’ve seen some studies that children’s museums can have some of the disgusting germs, but being someone who stays at home a lot, I do not have enough evidence to support this. So on this day, I was especially excited to go. Within the museum auditorium, a wrestling-themed birthday celebration was occurring. Since the door opened temporarily to allow the next wave of individuals in, I had a glance inside.
I rarely use this phrase, but it had been magnificent. The whole, an arena was decorated to the perfection. There were brawling rings set up, fake sparkling straps curved on the wall along with grown-ups in Hulk Hogan costumes. There was an old-looking “wrestling game” poster with all the lucky birthday kids’ face on it. What ought to be appreciated is the whole event was lovely and to any mother who would have been there would have shared the same sentiments.
But I am powerless to throw her that sort of merrymaking, no because am not that outgoing but because have quite devastating social pressure. Being in a big crowd makes me feel very uneasy. Her daddy, on the flip side, is someone who adulates such sort of thing. He controls any point and area in regard to any arena. He can throw a fantastic party to our daughter at anyplace our kid would love to or these birthday parties with Hulk Hogan costumes in a heartbeat.
Although my apprehension is only tiny part of the problem, there is another reason as to why am not the “fun” mother like most mothers. I can’t keep up in arranging birthday parties together with Hulk Hogan costumes or inside an exhibition hall. But I do not see a reason as to why I cannot throw the best birthday party our small city has ever seen, and a similar one like the one I saw people wearing Hulk Hogan costumes. But the only problem is that I will be stuck with a huge bill and confetti to sweep up for days.
But by liberating myself of this anxiety to throw a party that leaves guests talking for weeks to come, I’m relaying that vigor to someplace it’s more suitable. I am inclined to parenthood more. I’m giving them the adoration, kindness, and memories they need at this particular moment of their lives.
Her birthday is soon approaching and I am still undecided on what we’ll do. We might prepare the sprinkler in the garden and allow her buddies splash themselves with lots of fun. Or we might organize a party like a museum one where kids can wear Hulk Hogan costumes to make it even more memorable.
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