There are a few phrases a parent says that can only mean a bad thing. Mine include: “Don’t worry; it couldn’t get any worse,” “I’m sure it’s washable,” and “What is that?”
Raising boys is a lot like being a police officer. I can’t tell you how many times I say, “Keep your hands where I can see ’em!”
I’ve read that finding happiness in life can be a matter of lowering expectations. I haven’t got much lower I can go with that, so has anyone else got any ideas?
I am known by many names -ah, who’m I kidding? I am always called, “MAHM!”
None of my boys smiled in his school pictures; there is even the hint of a glare. The company that took them says every school picture tells a story. If that’s the case, then my kids’ photos say, “About 5-10 years of hard labor.”