Joanna Gaines tells her followers how motherhood has changed her. She talked about how the older she grew, she realized that there are more humanity in the kids than us older people.
Joanna Gaines discusses how her perspective as a mother has changed over time. The 44-year-old Fixer Upper star discusses the value of being “weak” with her children and how developing a stronger relationship with them through exhibiting more compassion in this week’s edition.
Looking back, Joanna Gaines shares Drake and Crew, and daughter Emmie with her husband Chip Gaines said that she always thought that she should have answers to all her kid’s questions being the mom.
However, as she grew older, she realized that there is more humanity in the kids than herself. Joanna Gaines shared how she want them to experience life’s ups and downs as it comes and feeling different emotions at different stages of life.
Joanna Gaines Shares Experience Of Her Motherhood:
Joanna Gaines also discusses how she experiences mixed emotions as her children become older, particularly as her son Drake prepares to leave for college the next year.
She said when Drake, her oldest was at the age of Crew, people used to say to her that as a mother she should hold on as it goes on very fast. However, she says now that she is a mother, she always keeps reminding herself not to take these moments for granted.
Joanna started to experience burnout earlier this year as a result of operating at full capacity for years and the stress of her own expectations.
She started keeping a journal and ended up going on a very personal journey of discovery of recovery and self-discovery. In her upcoming memoir The Stories We Tell, which will be released on November 8, she is now talking openly about discovering her actual self and how letting go of control has increased her happiness.