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Heather Kelly 4h
Not going to lie, but I sound just like that woman yelling sometimes. !!!!!!
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Chelsea from TheWWShow 4h
Girl, I just said the exact same thing to W&W. (About Dillon. I'm not yelling at Tristan!) After 9 attempts..."DILLON, PUT👏ON👏YOUR👏SHOES!!!!
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Keri 15h
All you out there with young kids just you fucking wait till they’re 11 years old 😩
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Myki Williamson 37m
Replying to @BusyAmyB @officialSPS
Oh gosh, so many things! But I will say from the parent perspective, once I feel the teacher knows and likes my kid I’m on board for whatever they need to discuss with me.
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Robin Oct 12
The little NT one has been getting trouble in school this week and all I can do is blame myself for being so focused on my special needs kiddo. Massive guilt and shame cloud hanging over. Anyone else?
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Tina V 17h
Do you ever tell your kids, “I don’t know, ask Siri” when they ask you a question or is it just me?
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Lucy at home 14h
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SuperBadMoms Oct 9
Today’s Super Bad Mom moment: we all had a long weekend and a hard day. So I went to Dairy Queen by myself and sat in the car until I had eaten my ice cream. Then I went home and told my kids I had gone out to return a pie plate to a neighbor.
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Kavita Bisht Oct 11
So many things you learn once you become parent, particularly the persistent ear infection but same time very rewarding
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Lucy at home 10h
Does your child confuse you? Here are 5 tips for using empathy in parenting and understanding them better
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Katie 20h
And I need to figure out a way to get the 12 year old to do his damn homework. I'm gonna pull my hair out soon. He keeps telling me he has none, then I get notifications he's missing 5 assignments. If it were just one class... but it's all of them!
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It’s me 23h
I wrote a 3 part thread but had to stop when I heard the big musical score start to soar in my head. You’re great parents, he’ll get his head around it. It’s really hard. My husband and I say, about our young adults, they are on their own journey.
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Eva Wieners Oct 15
So this is what it looks like when my daughter offers to "share" the last piece of cheese cake with me 🤣
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Jen Walshaw Oct 10
Does your child have a TV in their bedroom? If so how old are they?
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Jenn Oct 8
Just did THE HARDEST thing I’ve ever had to do in my life to date. 💔
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jenijenc3 Oct 10
Tough parenting choice #365: - kid wakes up crying at 2 am - Bladder is totally full 1. Run to child, risk peeing your pants 2. Relieve yourself while listening to the tortured sounds of your precious spawn?
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Tracy  Hilton Oct 11
my boys will either grow up and realize I have always been their greatest supporter and understand how much I love them or they could move out at 18 and never speak to me again.
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Dawn Metcalf Oct 8
I made some people smile today, but not the ones who matter most.
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Paul Dean PT Oct 10
Can't believe I missed it, I was all set, then I took to parenting instead... surely the run would've been easier 🙈
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Albert Mullins Oct 9
10.9.18 I tell my kids I love them all the time. Because I so very much do. Whether the love is reciprocated or not, I never want MY LOVE for them to be questioned or in doubt. ❤️
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