This week, I give women advice on motivating their men, the 6-year-old compliments me, and I discover the odd origin of the word Dad.
This week, I discuss the random thoughts that make me laugh, keeping it simple and stupid and the kids go to civil war over an armrest.
This week, The Kid wants me to stop acting a fool, kid shows songs get stuck in my cranium and people think I stuff poop in my pocket.
In the notes this week, the kids make up words for bodily functions, the bank teller knows I’m taking change from my kids and vitamins are becoming the high point of my day.
This week, the kids stand around naked for hours, tell me riddles with no answers and I accidentally yell at children that aren’t mine.
This week, I revisit the holidays and Santa’s list, a flu shot puts me on the DL, I’m thinking about writing an instruction manual for parenting and the kids are losing WIFI privileges.
This week, the little one tugs at my heartstrings, I give cooking advice and the library gets tough.
This time around, I talk about passing off my behavior to offspring, the pressure of the holidays, being forgetful and showing extra love to kids. If you’re behind on your…
If you’re good at counting, there are a couple notes missing.
Seriously, share these things with me people! I don’t know everything.
Leaving your kids home alone for the first time? Consult this chart to make sure it’s a good idea. Leaving a child home alone for the first time fills every…
Did you know there’s a Guinness World Record for stepping on LEGOs? Truth. It was set by a human with a much higher pain tolerance than any of us.
The book also makes mention that if LEGO likes a creation enough, there’s a possibility of turning the LEGO submission into an actual set.
This week’s tough Q is a question about questions. “What’s the one question you really have to STOP asking your kids?”