The universe is unfair. The most basic electronic gizmo is packaged with at least a couple of pages of instructions. And yet, your precious baby comes out of the wrapper without a hint of operating instructions.
I was thrilled when my kids began to understand language. The ability to communicate took our relationship to a new level. I didn't like playing a game of 20 questions before I realized what toy she wanted.
Among the errors, I am confident you had many successes.
Were you given bad advice? What were the outcomes of what you did wrong? What did you learn as a result?
How often do you reminisce about your parenting years of the past? How do you remember these experiences?