Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-12 07:51:56
ID: 65412
My preschool-aged sons fight. Like fight, fight and I will separate them from each other and they started crying they wanted to play together. I took one to take his nap and the other one went to play with playdough. The one who had his nap started crying for his brother. Is this normal?
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-12 07:44:23
ID: 65408
My 4-year old son likes his nails painted. He saw some cool blue-purple I was painting on my toes and wanted to try. Sure, what the heck. He's been good with homeschool and should get a treat. I painted them. When my mom saw them she FLIPPED. She said I was making him a girl. Whatever. I'm not the parent who lets their 14 year old son drink to the point of throwing up at a family party but-hey, let's call attention to my son's nails.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-08 21:41:40
ID: 65382
My kids are grown and moved out and I really miss them.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-03 12:14:32
ID: 65347
I am the happiest I have ever been, staying at home, teaching the kids, and being a housewife. I'm already sad that it will inevitably end. Trying to stay present and enjoy every second.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-03 02:00:00
ID: 65346
#StandWithSophie google it. spread awareness.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-02 20:51:18
ID: 65343
My 4yo fractured his wrist on friday, my 10yo had an allergic reaction to a wasp sting that has been going on 4 days now with hives, headache, and nausea (docs office said just allergy meds), and my 4yo just got his cast wet and I don't have a car till tomorrow. 2020 needs to go on.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-02 14:57:00
ID: 65340
In response to a confession. She needs an outlet that is safe but also her own. Which I know is hard given the pandemic. Maybe online art or pottery classes? I went through this phase and my mom was utter shit to me, taking my door off the hinges when I needed a minute alone, snooping in my journals, never allowing me any type of privacy, screaming at me, etc. I never learned to process my feeling properly as a result. There's a thin line with teenagers, but showing them a little consideration is better than driving them to hide things. Also, emotions are 100% harder to deal with considering current events. You both probably need an outlet.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-01 01:08:38
ID: 65335
In response to a confession. I didn't go through this phase. I grew up with an abusive mom, I wasn't allowed to have emotions or feelings. I literally sat in my room and kept quiet so I didn't set off my mother into a Narcissistic rage. So I don't really know how to handle her. It wasn't but 6 months ago she was climbing in my bed wanted to be held. Last week she was still coming to sit next to me on the couch to chat. Today she just blew up with a smart mouth, attitude, being bossy, acting like she knows it all. So her phone and laptop were taken away and she was given chores to do. If this is going to be the norm, I may start drinking. Is there a support group? A handbook? lord help us all.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-08-31 19:39:36
ID: 65333
In response to a confession. She sounds like a normal almost-teenager to me. I went though the same thing with my mom around that age and my 2 daughters did too. I blame it on hormones. They both grew out of it.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-08-31 18:48:47
ID: 65331
I have this friend. She was the cutest, sweetest girl, blonde, blue-eyed all-American type. Very conservative, head-on-straight kinda gal. A few years ago she moved across the country, but she comes back regularly and we all hang out. I'm a little weirded out by her now. I know people change, but damn. She dyed her hair black, is completely covered in tattoos, bartends at a biker bar wearing clothes that leave little to the imagination and curses like a sailor. Just 100% opposite of what she used to be. I've distanced myself because the "new her" makes me uncomfortable. She married a biker and is pregnant. They don't know the sex yet but have chosen the name - whether it's a boy or girl, the child is going to be named after her favorite....whiskey. Cringe
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