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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-06 17:09:21
ID: 1887
Our DD4 Is a little under the weather and she's sleeping in, so DH and I had junk food for breakfast. We both had chips and ice cream.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-06 02:47:18
ID: 1843
My ten and twelve year olds pack their own lunches, and once a year (on their birthday) I bring them lunch from In-N-Out. I wish I could bring them lunch more often, but I teach at another school in their district so we all have the same schedule.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-06 02:17:01
ID: 1840
I spend a lot of time sincerely complimenting other kids. I need it to come back to me sometimes. Maybe I'd also like to hear some positive and supportive observations. This one-way generous love fest is about to come to an end. Don't be suprised.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-06 02:12:50
ID: 1839
Idk of it's everything... But my dh lies about really stupid little things that are easy to verify. An example... He told me before I went to work he'd take ds out to play because ds was getting stir crazy in the apartment. When I got home he told me about how he, gently, tossed ds into a pile of snow (some spots were 4-5 feet deep) and that ds had a blast digging/flailing his way out. I asked for pictures and got an "oh, I didn't think to take any..." Then asked where they did this, pure curiosity, and he said right out front of out building. No evidence whatsoever of this happening. All the snow in front and behind our building was undisturbed. What's the point of lying? It's not like I asked him to toss ds into the snow... Just take him out for a walk and some fresh air on a warm winter day...
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-06 00:20:54
ID: 1820
my dd11 got her period today. i had no idea I'd feel so sad. where does the time go?
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-05 16:34:42
ID: 1760
My kids are all excited because we went to the Goodwill, Walmart, McDonald's and the car wash. Perhaps we need to get out more.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-05 15:47:18
ID: 1748
You are married with three kids. I think it's ok to post pictures that don't have you and your husband doing the shocker, middle finger, or throwing up signs for gangs with which you were never affiliated. Really.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-05 13:57:06
ID: 1742
If my child was tortured, molested, or raped and some stupid witch decided the world "needs to hear about it" and posts the details on a site like this...I would be pissed beyond all measure.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-05 13:39:13
ID: 1738
I don't mind reading stories of child or sexual abuse. I am a survivor of both. If there had been better education, if I'd known more about what could happen to a person, I might not have been abused. Information is power, folks. The more we know, the safer we and our children are. I vote to keep such confessions in their entirety.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-04-05 12:30:08
ID: 1736
I recently discovered my younger sister is dating an older man. To put it this way...she is still in high school and this guy is way beyond the drinking age. My mother found out I knew and states "Don't judge! You don't even know! You don't have kids!" Yeah. That is true. I DON'T have kids but I will judge the hell out of this parenting decision. Let's put it this way...if I, the childless one, thinks that a teen dating an adult is wrong then what would a parent who has gone through the hurdles of parenting (and not what my mom has done, allowed underage drinking, failing grades and now this) think? This relationship is toxic.
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