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Pink is always so relatable as a mum and her latest Instagram post had us all nodding our heads in agreeance.

Pink shared a sweet snap of her and her soon to be seven year old daughter, Willow.

Pink opened up about her worries as a mum, “I feel like I had it all figured out when she was younger. When it was just her. Now that there’s two, and such different ages, I feel flustered so much of the time.

“The older she gets the less clear I am on how to guide her. Do I take the raw honest tough way? Do I cuddle her and tell her to not to worry? Do I let her be sassy knowing I want her to be strong and need her to be strong to survive in this world? Of course, but how do you interject subtlety and kindness?

“I already know I worry too much, don’t even bother telling me about that. I’m aware. Thoughts?”

Her post has attracted over 92,000 reactions on Instagram.

I think we can all related to those endless worries.

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  • You just gotta go with it. One thing I’ve learnt is that planning with kids mostly doesn’t turn out, so you just gotta go with the flow and do your absolute best. It won’t be easy and you won’t always be right, you’ll spend a lot of tine feeling like a failure. But if you do your best, that’s all that can be asked of you, and I’m sure your kids will feel fine

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  • It’s good to be a worrisome mum.

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  • This is part of being a mum – no-one can advise as every child is different and has different needs at different times. Guess that’s why there has never been a parenting manual written – each and every situation is different in some way or another. So we all worry and all we can do is our best.

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  • I certainly worry all the time. My advice would be to keep having honest, age appropriate conversations with her children. xx

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  • I love pink she’s so real and genuine

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  • Yes, I think we can all relate what Pink is expressing here.

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  • Pink is just like all mums – we don’t always have all of the answers and the journey of being a mum develops over time. Good on her for being such a honest mum.


    • Love the photo too – so much joy in this mother and daughter photo.

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