It doesn’t make you a bad parent but it sure as hell makes you a frustrated one. These are unprecedented times no one AND. WE. MEAN. NO. ONE has a manual for this situation. You learn, you make mistakes, you cry, the kids cry and you start all over again. It’s just been 24 hours.
At one point I am sure we were crying louder than the baby. There were moments when we wished we never had a child. We started questioning our parenting skills. Screaming at the baby or nobody in particular became the way of life. But we found out that all parents go through this in some form or the other in varying degrees.
‘Pops in a pod’ are here to share their stories as parents who are concerned about their kids in the time of COVID-19. When we went about writing this episode we were recounting our experiences about how DIFFICULT it is to break it down to a child what’s going on
Being first time parents most definitely adds pressure to your already fast-paced, time-hungry life. But to top it off when you have to mutually come to an agreement on setting aside monies for purchasing baby products can add fuel to fire.
Are we mentally prepared to have this child?
Are we financially stable to sustain our lives along with a new human being?
What sort of sacrifices do we need to make to adjust to this new parental life?
Are we compatible, from a medical standpoint to conceive a child?
If both of us are working then how are we balancing work and life?
The birth of the kids is one of the biggest events of Peter and Nadir’s lives (there are many more to come). But why did they pick this particular moment to start with their podcasting journey?
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