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Mom said what now? Oct 14
Being a mom is like having a full time job with one or more bosses that are completely incapable of doing anything for themselves and a coworker that slacks off and takes your breaks for you. Oh and you never get to go home or have any vacation time.
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Kate Bowler Oct 16
Me: What is love? Tiny human: Um...when my heart feels BOOM BOOM BOOM and I want to hug you all the time? PLEASE TELL ME THEY STAY THIS WAY FOREVER
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Keith Reed 2m
's multi-church simulcast is happening one week from tomorrow! It was fun to do the trial run today and see everything working.
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AndreaRudan 1m
Might be the best deal I’ve ever made. My son washed all the dirty pots and pans for extra electronic time.
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Mello Yello 🍻 🔪🎃🕷🕸 Oct 14
Parenting is like an experiment to see how much it takes before you crack and lose it for good. Winner gets to have another kid and try again.
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William B. Harley 1m
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Justin Moore Oct 13
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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Ra 2h
Daughter off to her first girl guide camp. She’s so excited, I am excited and a little worried 😊
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Caroline Wilson 🚅 5h
So at the school disco Little Miss Recruiter’s ‘friends’ say her new haircut ‘looks like a wig!’ & ‘like a clown?!’ Kids eh? She is a sensitive one so currently giving advice on not giving a 💩 what people think!
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TwistedDoodles 5h
My husband did the trick where he ‘found’ money behind our 3 year old daughters’ ears. They were genuinely amazed. My trick is finding ‘enough dirt to grow spuds’ behind their ears, they don’t like that trick at all.
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Autism Society Phils 12m
Pondering on “people are nice to him because they pity him and that because of his he is treated more like a “pet” than an equal.”
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Parenting & Family 40m
The value of marriage is not that adults produce children, but that children produce adults. - Peter De Vries
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Nichole 13m
5 year old walks in on me in the shower: "Mommy you have a big butt!" Me: "well thank you" ( tiny satan)
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Andy O'Neill Oct 17
- Praise your children's effort not their ability. Praising effort makes them try harder praising ability develops fear of failure
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Keeping Marriage Alive(KMA)  initiative 9h
It's been 6 months and our child's graduation from grade 7 to grade 8 is today. Hubby and I will be attending together. It seemed working together will be difficult but for our child we have closed ranks. I smiled at my thoughts
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Cíara 4h
Replying to @Anthony_Donegal
They both insist on going down head first! 🙄🙈🙂
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Mel 22m
Is your little one starting nursery school this year? Are you ready? It can be nerve-wracking, but here are some tips to help you prepare: preschool
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Mama Potato Head Oct 15
To anyone that ever spoke to me about their kids before I was a parent..when I casually offered advice..I had no idea what I was talking about. I apologise.
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R.H Scarry ☠️ Oct 16
My baby is learning about cannibalism.
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Richard Dean Oct 18
My wife called me at work to say that our 7yo came home from school in tears. She got in minor trouble, and was terrified that I would be angry at her “because Daddy’s been yelling a lot lately.” I wasn’t mad. But now I’m sad. is real hard, you guys.
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