A mother recounts her experience of registering her son for pre-K. She balances the good and bad of sending home, explaining she will have more time, but on the other hand, less to do. The mother is confident in her son’s ability to do well and is pleased that she will get a break from her duties as a mother. She explains that she is sad to see him growing up so fast, even though there are seven months left before school begins for her son. She cherishes all the moments they share together and claims that it was all worth it. She didn’t mind wiping tears and cleaning dirty diapers. She then expands this idea to reminding herself everyday that life is worth living.
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The Good And The Bad: Every Moment Was Worth It