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Emolyn🍁 Nov 11
Is it ok to call your kid an asshole? Asking for me.
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MomTransparenting Nov 10
They say time flies when you have kids. “They” have never played a board game with a five year old.
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Jack's Dad Nov 15
It never ceases to amaze me how quickly kids can go from being asleep to being a whirlwind of chaos. When I wake up I can barely pretend to be a functional human being for hours!
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Justin Moore 19m
Add, “no you can’t make a slip ‘n’ slide with baking soda in the pantry, and please get your princess shoes out of there while you’re at it” to the list of sentences i never expected to have to verbalize in my life. 😂
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Jack's Dad Nov 12
Sometimes, kids are just assholes. There, I said it. Maybe I should write a parenting book...
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Kathleen Nov 15
Incase you were wondering what a parental torture device looks like.
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Literally Just A Mom 21h
My Baby Boy first snow day😍
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shit_reviews 10h
HAVE KIDS THEY SAID... "It'll be fun, they said" 6/10
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Jack's Dad 8h
Apparently it takes 10000 hours of practice to become an expert in anything. So technically as long as your kid is older than 1.142 years old, you can call yourself a 'parenting expert'. You're welcome. 😂
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WTFDAD Nov 8
I’m so happy to hear how amazing and easy your parenting experience has been! But if you’ve only got nice things to say, you shouldn’t say anything at all.
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Families Matter 4m
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Living in the Leap Nov 8
Me: I'm going to pick up the house. Kids: We need to play with every toy right now. Me: Ok, then I'm going to work on my blog. Kids: We need to sit in your lap right now. Me: Ok, then I'm going to go do dishes. Kids: We need to eat right now. Repeat x100
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Kidz Biz Pediatrics 4m
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Andy Cope 16m
: Close to the truth...
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Jessie Stauffacher Nov 9
Dear DIY slime: I really don’t like you.
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R    I    T    E    S    H 35m
I'm sure all mothers can relate to this.
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MillieDiva Hannaford Nov 10
My son is only allowed one sugary item per day so naturally today he's had a Milky Bar milkshake, a bag of toffe popcorn, a whole bar of Dairy Milk and a Kinder Egg. 🤦‍♀️
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Timothy Caulfield 18h
Study: "Limiting Social Media Decreases Loneliness & Depression" "Our findings strongly suggest that limiting social media use to approximately 30 minutes per day may lead to significant improvement in well-being."
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Guidance Guide Nov 10
RT if you’ve been there.
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Sarah J. Sover 15h
Remember when laundry day was a distinct thing rather than a constant state of being? Me neither.
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