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Stefanie Wilder-Taylor is the host of Parental Discretion on NickMom as well as the author of four books including Sippy Cups Are Not for Chardonnay and Naptime Is the New Happy Hour. She also hosts the podcast For Crying Out Loud.

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10 Things Being a Parent Has Taught Me

By Stefanie Wilder Taylor |

Kids add a lot to your life. They also take a bit away. I used to be a pretty big cynic but now I can’t look at a picture of a kitten without feeling a little something going on in my heart and I’m not even a cat person! It’s embarrassing. So yeah, being a parent changes you too and not just the type of car you drive (yes I have a minivan – get off my case!) But here are some of the biggest things being a parent has taught me.

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10 Things Being a Parent Has Taught Me

Sharing is Caring

I've learned that sharing is definitely caring but do we really have to use that damn phrase to get the point across? Maybe we could change it to "Sharing is cool!" or "Hey! Share!" which is what I mostly yell 100 times a day. But hey, I have twins.

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