Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Monday, October 17, 2016
Sunday, September 18, 2016
IUD, not IED. Birth Control.
Do you know what an IUD is?
Many do not.
An IUD is an intrauterine device inserted in the uterus of a female to prevent pregnancy.
And this one.
Sunday, September 18, 2016
Medicating children: Read labels
Many parents are over dosing their kids, study says.
1. Always read labels
2. Syringe dosage is the golden tool
3. Weigh your child.
4. Observe your child after administering medication.
Blah vs. Blah
Have you ever looked at your television and instantly wanted to throw it out the window?
I rarely, if ever, watch television for this particular reason.
Drama, BS and lies.
Arguing, Debates and Money.
Democrats vs. Republicans
Rich vs. Poor
Black vs. White
Coke vs. Pepsi
Who gives a shit?
Why must we endure this idiot infused bullshit?
Because we ARE stupid.
Because we ARE obese.
Because we ARE lazy.
Everyone has an opinion.
Opinions are like assholes, everyone has one. ( I apologize in advance if you do not have an asshole-- if you don't personally have an ass Hole or sphincter you probably ARE an asshole, again my apologies to everyone you know)
These are my opinions, if you do not like them well, move along.
I am not anti-television or anti-coke or Pepsi or any of the other names I dropped, I am anti-lazy, anti-drama-encrusted, anti-moron.
I'm tired of parents being lazy and blaming teachers, ADD, or their own children.
Get off your ass and spend time with your children.
Quit blaming others for your mistakes.
Quit demanding your children to do things for you.
Want your children to behave?
How about practicing what you preach.
Want your children to be respectful?
Look at yourself and how you treat authority.
** End of News flash **
Just in case, you reading this may be confused and unable to conjure up ideas of your own to spend time with your children.
Here you go.
**FREE: Fun things to do**
1. Go outside- Open the door and walk outside.
2. Go for a hike.
3. Go collect rocks.
You are welcome.
Now go do something.
Saturday, September 17, 2016
Not a Cool Kid
As I look at today's generation of children, and back at my generation during adolescence through High School, I am saddened.
What happened to being a kid?
What happened to Adults taking care of the Adulting and children being able to be children?
Have we as parents really become "that" parent? Or those "parent's"?
The parents that overcompensate due to having a restricted or overly spoiled childhood?
Which has resulted in our children being spoiled, disrespectful and hateful.
These children do not understand the value of a dollar nor do they care to learn.
Instead of earning whatever the latest fad product may be, or buying it with their own money they beg and plead until one of two things happen:
1. The parent gives in because they are tired of listening to the child begging.
2. The child throws a fit, cops attitude, starts crying ane runs to the other parent to stress how "mean" you just were to them. (The child then gets double what ever it was that they wanted because parents do not communicate with each other it's only through the children.This is a typical broken family (historically speaking)
I never had the opportunity to be a spoiled brat, nor did I care to be a spoiled brat. I was often jealous of others and their belongings or stability or whatnot.
I watched people I went to school with, they really were pretty, but brainless and spoiled. (For the most part)
I grew up in a small town.
A REALLY small town.
We had a Walmart.
One Walmart, a K-Mart (about 45 mins away), Expensive boutiques, (which our family could never afford) and a mall in "The City".
I never visited these places until high School and into adulthood.
I was made fun of throughout childhood because of the clothing I wore, the family I came from, and the social status in which my family kept.
Terminology often heard in hushed whispers or written on the bathroom walls.
The point of this particular blog is to reminisce of my childhood and analyse why children are behaving in the manner that they are.
Now, that I am an adult i have realized the following:
Understanding the value of a dollar makes a lot more sense when you do not have one.
I realize that happiness is not bought but self-made. Though children (mine especially) like to accuse parents of this frequently.
I understand that true friends are present in ones life always. They are not around 24/7 but are present when needed.
I understand my children do not like me, thats ok. I know I am doing a great job parenting if they dislike me, most of the time.
When I was a little kid, I couldn't wait to be an adult to make my own rules, buy my own stuff ect. I realize now that Adulting sucks.
I want my children to be children as long as possible, without having fear, without being spoiled and without peanut gallery comments stated to belittle or demean them or their parents.
But who am I?
I am not a cool kid.
Friday, September 16, 2016
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