I'm old. In other words, I didn't just fall off the turnip truck. This is not my first rodeo. I wasn't born yesterday. All this to say I may have earned a bit of 'street cred' (aka wisdom) by now.
And here's a piece of it:
You will NEVER regret any life decision made with the best interest of your child(ren) in mind.
That job taken, or passed.
That move, or stay.
That relationship, or let it go.
All the 'adulting stuff' we have to deal with over a lifetime, all the things we have to choose. Those decisions that keep us awake at night and make our stomach hurt.
Yes, of course, we pray and commit the matter to God. And as part of that, I'm suggesting, we ask "What is best for my kids?" Often, that part of the equation is a no-brainer. We already know what is best for our children. It just may be different from what we want so, suddenly, the decision seems hard. But, it's really not.
Yes, I've been on the planet quite a while, ladies and gentlemen, and I'm telling you ----
You will NEVER - not now, not later - regret any life decision made with the best interest of your children in mind.