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Why I'm glad my husband told me to blow the budget...

Why I'm glad my husband told me to blow the budget...

Our daughter is 12 - she turns 13 and going to high school next year. She’s right in that age where it has gotten hard in the last year or two to buy her Christmas presents because she is in that in-between age where she has outgrown things like toys and craft projects and scooters, but is still a couple of years too young to get excited by receiving clothes or shoes like her 16-20 year old cousins, and she is not “ready” for things like make-up, hair straighteners, and brand new iPads/laptops (but she does have my husband’s old iPad and iPhone as her own, with her usage monitored).

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Fake baby for school

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Fake baby for school

Welcome to " Parenthood" kid...

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Found out why my 3yo was saying he hated me

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Found out why my 3yo was saying he hated me

My 3 year old has always been a daddy’s boy, but we usually have a great relationship too. All week he’s been telling me he hates me or never wants to see mommy again.

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I pulled the rug out on our daughter and it worked

I pulled the rug out on our daughter and it worked

I just finished a parenting book called How to make your children mind without losing yours. I realized that I am constantly nagging, begging and coaxing for our 9 year old to do her after school activities. She has chores to learn responsibility and she has to do her hw, shower, and pick her clothes out for the next day.

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To those of you who are struggling with small kids...

To those of you who are struggling with small kids...

When you first have children they talk about the challenges of parenting....the struggles of a baby waking in the night, the toddler who won’t stay in their bed, the cost of childcare, injuries from sports...

Having to take off work to pick them up from school when they don’t feel well, helping them with homework, a messy house, the never ending laundry, the cost to buy school clothes, packing their lunches....

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