PARENTING CHANNEL
Posted by: anonymous
2021-04-06 02:37:16
ID: 66923
In response to a confession. You may be more traumatized than him. When my DS was about 15, I fell asleep on the couch. I woke up the next morning when I heard him coming downstairs and realized just a little too late that my tank top had twisted and one of my boobs was hanging out. Not a word was said by either of us but it still bothers me 5 years later.
metoo(0) omg(0) fave(2) hug(1)
 
Posted by: anonymous
2021-04-04 21:20:40
ID: 66799
I don't like watching my granddaughter. I feel bad. I'm just tired all of the time and love to sleep in on the weekends. I know this sounds so selfish. I love seeing her and visiting her, but just don't like her spending the night. She's 1 and a half and a complete doll. Does anyone else feel this way?
metoo(1) omg(0) fave(2) hug(3) comments(1)
 
Posted by: anonymous
2021-04-04 21:20:04
ID: 66827
Love my son. Love him to bits. He's the sweetest two year old. So WHY does this child insist on pointing at other men at the grocery store and say "daddy!" His father wants to know.
metoo(0) omg(1) fave(1) hug(2) comments(0)
 
Posted by: anonymous
2021-04-04 21:15:54
ID: 66861
In response to a confession. I don't envy you. We're in a similar situation with my mil. It's like either way, no matter what you do, you're going to be the villain for not doing enough. Mil tells all her friends that we've abandoned her, but she's bucked all our attempts to help keep her healthy and independent. She wants our help, but then she resents us for giving her the help she asked for. There's just no way to help her that doesn't destroy our peace. We're done.
metoo(0) omg(0) fave(0) hug(1) comments(0)
 
Posted by: anonymous
2021-04-04 21:14:39
ID: 66878
I hate my grown dd! She's an entitled jerk who sides with her alcoholic dad all the time!
metoo(0) omg(0) fave(0) hug(5)
 
Posted by: anonymous
2021-04-03 22:29:55
ID: 66901
My ds11 just walked in on me in the tub. I think he's scarred for life. For reference, our doors don't have locks for whatever stupid reason. Guess I should buy some new doorknobs.
metoo(0) omg(0) fave(0) hug(1)
 
Posted by: anonymous
2021-03-29 19:12:37
ID: 66879
In response to a confession. WittyUserName I'm aware of the power of passive aggressive bullshit. I don't do that. Most of the stuff you were talking about I can't do anyway because I hardly ever see her anymore. Last time I saw her we ate ice cream and she showed me a pair of shorts she just got. I have no clue what size they were, I just told her they were cute, they fit her great, and they made her butt look good. And I asked her about her boyfriend and her job. If I was gonna talk with her about this issue, I'd be direct. And I agree -especially after reading your & Spectra's comments- I shouldn't say anything. And I won't. Even though I hate the idea of her eating food that's going to make her feel like shit. Which is what a steady diet of ice cream and pizza rolls will do. Which I don't even know if that's what she's eating because I hardly ever see her anymore.
metoo(0) omg(1) fave(0) hug(1)
 
Posted by: anonymous
2021-03-29 13:03:53
ID: 66875
In response to a confession. I didn't say anything to her, and I won't. I just worry because I know how bad for you those types of foods are and I know how it can snowball because of the chemicals they put in that stuff. I honestly just want her to be healthy. It's not about her size, it's about what she's eating and what it might do to her body. If she were always this size, I wouldn't worry. It's the relatively sudden change. And whether we like it or not, body size is an indicator. But then again.... covid. I think everybody is dealing with it differently. I can't help it, I will always worry about the health of my kids. She doesn't live with me any more and I feel a little out of control because I don't know what's going on with her like I used to. I think it's a normal reaction for a parent. I hope. It's hard, letting go.
metoo(0) omg(0) fave(0) hug(0) comments(1)
 
Posted by: anonymous
2021-03-27 23:45:42
ID: 66856
Best part about being an aunt? Making glittery purple slime with my niece and letting her dad have her back after she's all excited and full of goop, lol.
metoo(0) omg(0) fave(4) hug(0) comments(0)
 
Posted by: anonymous
2021-03-26 22:45:41
ID: 66848
In response to a confession. I was so excited about Dad ready to go to assisted living! I’ve done the paperwork, got him on the wait list, and have told him what I’m doing every step of the way. Yesterday brother calls him (first time in three weeks, btw) then Dad calls me and said he’s not ready to give up his ‘freedom’ yet. He feels better now than he did two years ago (lie!). He deserves cable, internet, and to eat when he’s hungry, not when someone tells him to. I made a call to both of them and told them I’m done. I’m through running my ass off to make things easier for them, only to be shot down every.damned.time. I told Dad that he’ll have to call his doctors for meds refills, and told brother that he can handle the day to say issues since I’m a thousand miles away. Now if I can just control these tears of frustration....
metoo(0) omg(0) fave(0) hug(6)
 


Chit Chat Confessions needs your support: