I never really paid much attention to the parenting disciplines of others until I started teaching at the local college. I believe it was my second year teaching and a young girl wrote me an e-mail in all capital letters … Continue reading →
I come from a long line of guilt. A look could cause guilt, a missed dinner, a late call, an accidental harsh word. My poor mother would spend days planning and figuring out how to accommodate all her kids without … Continue reading →
After dropping the girls off, in their actual classroom, with a butt full of stickers, unbeknownst to me, I got to thinking, “do I even like stickers and why the hell is my house always full of them!” What are my thoughts…
Great gifts for boys or girls
Easy decorating accessory
Keeps kids occupied for hours
Finding Them: a) on good furniture b) stuck to the floor c)in another kids hair d) on my butt, unknowingly, when I go places
The Fight: a) when one runs out first b)when they aren’t the same and they want their sisters c) when I yell at them to stop sticking them on c1) the furniture c2) the floor c3) sister’s hair c4) my butt
The chills I get when I have to scratch the smelly ones
Having to smell the smelly ones
Having to scrape the crap from under my nails after scratching the smelly ones
Having to look at every single sticker in a hundred pack that the neighbor gave them
The stupid stickers they don’t recognize so they ask me over and over “what’s that?”
Overall consensus is…..I still love stickers more than hate despite what the results suggest.
tip o’ the day: check yourself out before leaving the house, esp with little weasles running around.