Why do 10 year old girls feel the need to change their clothes 5 or 6 times a day?? And why does something worn for less than an hour need to go in the hamper?? And when can children be reasonably expected to do their own laundry?
Why do 9 year old girls HATE to brush their hair? And is it a reflection of my parenting skills if I allow her to walk around looking like she was raised by wolves in order to avoid a battle?
Why is there a sudden interest in my review of Loose Girl, a review I wrote back in April? Can anyone explain why I would have 40+ hits today on that almost 4 month old review?? The book came out June 3rd (not today, not this week). Why the sudden interest? Hmmmm.
What’s for dinner? WHO CARES!! I’m so sick of hearing this question!! I’m sick of trying to dream up something new night after night!! I have such a problem with this in the summer. We end up eating grilled cheese or hot dogs for lack of inspiration. So my question to you is, What’s for dinner? Bonus points if you include an easy recipe.
How often do you change the sheets on your bed? Be honest. Do real people, with children and multiple beds, really change all the sheets on all the beds every week? I’m so sick of this chore. How old do my kids have to be before they can be trained to do it themselves?
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