Congratulations, you just found out you’re going to be a parent. There is likely a myriad of emotions running through you right now, so the first thing we’ll tell you is to simply take a deep breath. Now that we’ve got that out of the way, let’s get down to the matter at hand. If you’re a first-time parent, you may be wondering if you’re honestly cut out for this whole gig. Newsflash: you totally are, and here’s why.
Beyond driving cars, brushing our teeth, ice skating, and so many other “human” mundane things, there are primal things that connect us with all beings, including animals. You may not realize just how instinctual it is for you to be a parent. Sure, there may be other worries, such as making money, finding a place to live, and simply wondering whether or not you’ve learned enough to teach the little person.
But within the answer to this query lies one of the most beautiful things about parenting. The truth is that you don’t realize just how much you know until you’re forced to teach it to your child. Your deep-rooted parental instincts come forth when they need to, and in the process, you find out just how much you have to contribute. This, of course, is all based around love, and therein lies the kicker. When you become a parent, you learn that your love for your child will somehow conquer just about any problem that may come your way.