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An Apology Letter To All The Parents I Judged

Upon arrival home from the hospital, my husband and I walked into our post-baby house knowing it would never be the same. We sat the car seat on our dresser (because that is safe and what you do right?) and just looked at each other with the same thought, "So...Uh...What do we do now?" I am happy to say that we have kept another human alive for three months, but before I can get into any of that, there is something I must say to all of the other parents of the world -- I'M SORRY, deeply, genuinely, and truly SORRY.
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