As a Special Needs Parent, This is definitely a reality for our family. I do think of needing a larger home in the future with a basement or separate area for my son who is on Autism Spectrum Disorder. This is something that is more and more common and older parents moving in with their children as well. The market is making a shift to larger homes again and the need for them.
As parents, we all have that “so called” guilt with parenting. It comes naturally once the baby is conceived and when the test comes back “pregnant”. You run through your head of all the drinks and unsafe pregnancy foods you consumed before you found out. Then once the baby is here and you go back to work, it springs into full fledge Mom Guilt. I am sure stay at home moms experience this same kind of guilt in different way, but I can only speak to being a working mom.