Sorry, I’ve had a lot of time to think about this, and now I’m on a roll…
The bed made earlier this morning.But later, the boys were practicing their emergency preparedness on and under the bed. Better safe than sorry.
Yes, I do recycle and care deeply about our environment, but I need those Walmart bags to dispose of nose-peeling diapers every day. I believe the containment of those poisonous fumes is some of the best work I do in my community.
I’ll admit, I do sit my children in front of the television from time to time. And they’re better for it. SpongeBob is a thinly veiled tribute to the diversity of sea life. Dora is a celebration of friendship and homage to the reality of the bilingual childhood explorer. Frozen is an eye-opening lesson on the effects of global climate change. My only concern is, are a couple of hours a day truly enough?
I wash all dishes once per day, due to the level three water restrictions in my county.
Correspondingly that is why my car has “Wash Me” written in the dust of the back window.
You call it bribery.I call it positive reinforcement behavior training.
PS—when you use mint-flavored, sugar-free candy, it is in fact bad for their teeth, and it soothes minor tummy discomfort while freshening breath.
They aren’t “fighting.” They are exploring the limitlessness of brotherhood in a physical way.
We have a strict “only one person allowed to sleep at a time” rule in this household, and my husband, as the head of the family, gets first dibs.
When you see me ignoring a screaming child in public, understand that I am on the 12th step of a scientifically-proven 13 step discipline process.I assure you that I hear it, and I dealing with it in the most effective manner possible. The thirteenth step? Leave the child at your house. That’s right, fix your face and back away.
I’m sure I can think of more if you have any questions.