I really do understand now. Our immature and invincible youth just doesn’t see that there is a purpose to what our parents want from us.
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Sending our first born son to college was such a proud moment for this mom, it was a day I had envisioned since he was young.
I had to tell my son that one of his heroes did something reprehensible and that many people are asking him to quit his job because of it.
Wife vetoes each of them until Husband is completely exasperated. Winning the game: Wife finally decides what she is hungry for and just picks something.
But…as Christmas approaches, and I think of yet another year of an ugly tree. I realize we do have a theme, and maybe the theme makes it beautiful.
Kudo Banz is a “sticker chart for your child’s arm.” All the positive messages are front and center for your child because it’s worn on your child’s wrist!
I don’t want to look up from my phone one day and realize I forgot to actually play with, read to, observe, teach, and get to know just who my children are.
Nothing can make a grown woman sweat like trying to bust your way into the PTA. 10 years ago I attended my first PTA meeting.
But then I stopped, reflected on the fact that today just wasn’t a good day at work, and realized that for me, being a working mom makes me a better mom.
So with my son’s help here’s a little information and some phrases to spur conversation in your home about the complex game of Minecraft.