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Waking up at 4 am worrying about the kids has become totally normal to me. It started when my first child was born and they left us alone for the first time in the hospital room.

He gazed at me, swaddled and adorable. I gazed at him, knowing in my heart that if I looked away he would immediately stop breathing.

And on it goes. The older they get, the more intense my Momxiety has become. From SIDS to potential arms dealers, no potential disaster goes unfretted. Mudslides? Yep. Avian flu? Gotcha.

Take a look at my list and then give me a shout out if you feel my pain. Follow me on Instagram @the_mombuster or head to my YouTube page.

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