The expression To Wrap Your Head Around Something means to be able to understand something. The expression is part of the new podcast episode - 567 - To Wrap Your Head Around Something.
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Who thought raising kids would be easy? 😂
Before I was a mum I had so many ideas and expectations of what my child would be, how he would behave and what type of parent I would become.
But once Flynn was born I realised that this whole parenting thing was hard.
Kids have their own mind, attitudes and personalities that I could never have predicted🤷♀️ Instead of the sleepy, calm, gentle baby I had imagined i got sleepless, super energetic, easily bored baby who has a mind of his own 😂 who would have thought 😉
So tell me, did you have a child that was totally different to what you expected?
Let me below in the comments👇I would love to know I’m not alone 😂