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Spontaneous fun is also something I’m proud of. While their lives are structured and predictable generally in the early years, every now and then breaking the routine and impulsively doing something very fun and special is great for the whole family. We recently started having spontaneous dance parties in our house before bedtime where we blast music and everyone dances around the house. Or even just spontaneously deciding to have a pizza and movie night and let the kids stay up later than usual makes things fun. People certainly aren’t having kids for actively moral reasons. But is it immoral? On some levels, yes, if it’s simply done for the sake of the parents with no regard for the actual gravity of what they’re doing. In fact, that seems never to be discussed either – actually creating sentient life is, basically, playing God. You decide that some people are gonna exist. You can affect their quality of life but ultimately you can’t control it. My parents weren’t expecting me 25 years ago, I know that much. Also, most families have both parents working this is especially true for large families. In their downtime, the parents have to do bills, cleaning, cooking, etc. That does not leave a lot of time to connect with their children, and many children fall to the wayside and feel neglected. This is especially true for less troublesome children. The louder kids get more attention while the quiet, well-behaved ones are overlooked because they don’t require as much monitoring. After working and cooking and cleaning all day, every day for years on end, people get a little tired. They are stressed out and cranky and, more often than not, the parents will take this out on their children. This is usually unintentional, but people are a lot less patient when they are overworked and their tempers are a lot shorter. Children, obviously, require a lot of patience, so this is not a good combination. Less-than-stellar parents may even come to resent their children for making them have to work so hard, which is even worse for the children to have to deal with. In very large families, it is common for the older kids to take care of the younger ones. I know a lot of people who actually list this as a benefit of having a large family. They think it is good because it teaches responsibility at a young age.
As for my daughter well she is happier than I have ever seen her. She is gaining back her self esteem from the emotional abuse from him. She has good male role models around her, who are helping her every step of the way. She tells me that the only happy memories of her childhood, only include me, and for now, she says that she never thinks about him. She is resilient and strong, so I pray that she will come out of this knowing that she is beautiful, courageous, wise, and loved! I’m proud of creating family traditions and rituals that will hopefully create lasting memories. Many of these in our family are religious (we are Jewish) and some are secular. Some examples are a regular Friday night Shabbat dinner with my sister and her family where we eat a special meal, say the traditional Shabbat blessings, and sing songs. Others are building a sukkah temporary outdoor hut every year during the Jewish holiday of Sukkot and eating dinner outside in the sukkah with family and friends for 7 nights. We also have started taking each child on weekend trips alone once a year so they each get a special adventure and one-on-one time with a parent. We have a Halloween tradition too– early pizza dinner with cousins, lots of photos with Marc on our front doorstep before trick or treating he tries to find the scariest mask he can every year so the photos are hilarious, and trick or treating in the same neighborhood every year. The list goes on. Some of my own best childhood memories are of family rituals and traditions like these and I believe they contribute to a happy, meaningful childhood. The act of repeating the same traditions every year or every week (in the case of Shabbat) brings meaning to these occasions and creates lasting, warm memories. Another thing I’m proud of is creating routine and structure for my kids very early on. I believe young children thrive and feel more secure when their lives have structure. We implemented regular nap times and bedtimes, consistent bedtime routines, healthy meals at regular times, etc. Ofcourse travel and special occasions come up but in the early years our kids daily lives are generally very structured and predictable. We also try to teach empathy in personal interactions between siblings and friends. Our kids have started to really internalize this and now ask to make baskets of food and other items for homeless men and women they see outside our local grocery store.
Meanwhile, this family, now all elderly, has lived for decades without him. . If he had had a child when he died, that child would now be older than James, the boy, and would barely have known him, He has no place with this group. In fact, he is a stranger to them He may remember their names, and the names of other pilots in his unit, but then what? They have all adjusted to his absence. Everything that defined him in his previous life is, his job, his lovers, friends, lifestyle etc. is unavailable to him. My daughter was a swimmer, so her days started at 4 am and finished at 8 pm. In the summer, she would try to wait up on a Friday night for him to get home from a business trip away, so that they could have a swim in our pool. He would come home and decline her offer, saying he was too tired. She would take herself off to bed, only for him to disappear downstairs 10 minutes later to have a swim on his own. When I questioned him, he said he thought she would want to play with him and he didn’t want to play! After we separated, the reality hit! He would come to see her once a fortnight for an hour or two, taking her shopping and buying her gifts (something he had never done before). I would say to him all the time, that he was welcome and should spend more time with her, but it was always only when it was his best interests. Sometimes he would call in after work and tell her he didn’t want to get stuck in peak hour traffic, so that was his reason for the visit. When she was nearly 18, (6 months ago) I found evidence of his cheating, online dating and escort agencies. I showed her and then him. He raged at her for knowing about this and not telling him. She called him out on his behaviour. When he said he had been lonely, she laughed in his face and told him to enjoy the day, as this would be the last day she would ever see him. To date, he has sent her two text messages (which she did not read) and has rang me once to ask how she was. He told me (probably after consultation from the woman he had an affair with for the last 3 years of our marriage and who he slept with in both mine and my daughter’s bed), that he knew she would talk to him again and it would probably take a year or two and he would just wait it out! Good god, what a grandiose stance to take!
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