Being parents: Expectations vs reality
Well, my expectations were one thing if we stayed in England and another if we came to Colombia. When we decided to come to Colombia, I started to imagine and dream and I convinced Rob that no, that we were going to have all the help, that it was easier. One way or another, I imagined that the baby was coming, that I was going to leave the baby with my sister and my mum and I was going to take Rob to Parque la 93 to these great parties, that is to say I had my places.
Exactly, exactly. And why did I think that? Because it's been more than 20 years since my sister had her first baby, she was living with us, so we all took care of her, so I had that in my subconscious, didn't I? That the family all look after the baby and you don't have to worry about it. So that was one of my expectations that I would arrive and leave the baby with my mum and she would be well looked after.
Exactly, and that everyone was going to be happy, so taking care of... That yes. In fact, if I take her, they will be happy looking after her, but the reality is that I am very nervous and I feel that she is my responsibility.
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