By Anna Lowell
We are surrounded by images of completely fabricated “perfect” families- Images of gorgeous, bright-eyed young moms holding perfect newborns, images of perfect family vacations, images of.. well, perfect families.
The more that we believe that a perfect family exists, the more that we can become dissatisfied with our own imperfect families and imperfect situations.
Allow me to illustrate. You know what a family breakfast should look like, right?
So, why does my family breakfast look more like this?