Are you your mother? Or Father?
My mother is a wonderful woman, and I love her dearly. But as all parents probably say (and my mother would probably agree) they want their children to do better and be better than they were as parents raising you. There are certain genes I think my mother passed down that I'm fighting like mad to change. Again, I love her with my life, but there are some things about her that I just don't want to inherite as I grow older. Is there any hope for me, or you for that matter? Or, are we all fated to be our parents?
I'm more like my Grandfather, stubborn and picky. Genetics are scary.
i am more my mother. Her bad habits are all over in me. That's what my hubby told me. Exact duplicate of my mom!!!
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