PARENTING CHANNEL
Posted by: anonymous
2020-04-26 00:12:01
ID: 63982
SIL and BIL are such f*cking morons. Both of them are unemployed with major health issues and they decide right now is a great time to have their first kid. Since they don't have insurance other than Medicaid, she has been only getting minimal prenatal visits and she's diabetic and will probably need more than that. Plus they are both mentally ill and can't afford their meds right now so THAT'S awesome. I guess it's my practical nature but damn, I do not understand people sometimes.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-04-22 02:57:11
ID: 63950
My kid's birthday is two weeks. It's hard to be a teenager on lockdown. I have a good kid who is usually only interested in clothes. I offered a room makeover. It's great to see my kid excited. I'm planning a nice birthday dinner and making a cake. We're also painting, and getting new bedding, and a rug. I admit- if this had happened when I was seventeen I would have been a pain in the butt. I have a good kid, and I'm sorry that this is how Junior year is ending.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-04-19 23:52:10
ID: 63921
“I already know the playground is closed. You told me two times. I won’t forget.” - 3 yr old nephew talking to his parents.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-04-19 22:56:53
ID: 63914
Just sort of reminiscing...my parents did some shit that was SUPER dangerous when we were kids. I remember when I was 11 and we were on a road trip and our car broke down. My parents hitchhiked with all of us kids in some stranger's van to the nearest town. It was fine, but thinking back...holy crap was that dangerous.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-04-18 16:48:30
ID: 63868
Man, pooping alone without kids banging on the door sounds as good as a trip to the Bahamas right now
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-04-18 16:46:14
ID: 63827
In response to a confession. Go to the USPS website and complete a change of address form online. It's costs $1 to have his mail forwarded to his address from yours.
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Posted by: Stormyweather
2020-04-17 16:34:20
ID: 63880
Whenever I get mail for the person that lived here before me, I tear it up and throw it out. At first, I tried "Return to Sender " but the letter carrier wouldn't take it back. If it was that important, they would have changed their address when they moved.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-04-17 14:35:53
ID: 63879
In response to a confession. Whenever you get mail for him at your house, forward it to his new address. You may have to put it in a different envelope, but you can still do it. Eventually, his wife will wonder what they are.
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Posted by: Flutterby
2020-04-17 12:47:42
ID: 63876
In response to a confession. That is a federal offense. Change of address cards are to filled out only by the person whose address has changed, or the head of household on behalf of an entire family. However, I do agree with the rationale and the impulse for it. The ex sounds like a dick. What she should do is mark ALL the mail return to sender. He doesn't live there, so he doesn't get to receive mail there.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-04-16 20:51:54
ID: 63870
In response to a confession. Just go to the post office and fill out a change of address card and put his home address on it. You/he do not have to talk to anyone. You can just do it. Go to any post office at all, and ask for a change of address card. Fill it out and drop it in any post office mailbox. Done.
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