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Posted 14 October 2011 - 08:17 AM
Toddlers, yeah... The 3 year old is starting to act up now after the littlest one was born (2 and a half weeks ago ) but he's still manageable... Tell me this though: When did 5 year olds start acting like 14 year olds? Anyone got an answer to that one? I'm hoping my girl will be over the 'terrible teens' by the time she actually reaches them... (Optimistic much? You know it!)
I do love them all to bits, the little brats
Posted 30 October 2011 - 08:09 PM
I love children and I do have the urge to have one of my own from time to time, but god saves us all they are annoying little s***s when they want to.
Working with preteens though is one of the funniest things in the world, kids are awesome at that age, young enough to still want to do fun stuff and old enough to understand things and go with them.
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Posted 06 November 2011 - 04:47 AM
|QUOTE (DejaRea Coldsteel-Stone @ Jul 8 2011, 01:49 AM)|
|I just wish there was a "What happens when your darling son hits puberty" book for single moms. There is no way growing up in a house full of girls prepared me for this adventure.|
Boys are much easier than girls. I only had one child and he turned out okay, I think. I'm glad I never had to go through what my mom did with 3 girls. I was single and military mom.
Posted 06 November 2011 - 08:16 AM
|QUOTE (Sebastian Delroy @ Nov 6 2011, 04:59 AM)|
|Well have one then!|
NO don't just have one!!
Take a few months and really think about it first. The idea of a baby is much nicer than the reality. And you have to have a support system, whether it is a husband, or sisters and brothers, or enough friends that will share int he upbringing of your child.
And having an "aunt" who loves your child is worth all the bad habits!! I don't think I would have survived without my sister. Even if she did get my oldest hooked on life savers candies. It is now a standard gift that she still sends the 32 year old. It is their own private thing.
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