I am But a Humble Parental Mastermind

Since I’m working on a goal to be more positive, I thought I’d start by giving myself a virtual pat on the back in the next installment of what seems to be becoming a series on why I am the best mom ever to live. [read more at parenting.com]

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7 Responses to I am But a Humble Parental Mastermind

  1. Tilane says:

    Hey there! I just found your blog through squishyburrito. How is life?

  2. grammyelin says:

    I always knew you were great! It just goes to show that I am also “the best mom ever to live”. Dang! We’re good!

  3. You’re off to a great start.

  4. Socks are definitely a big responsibility. I don’t know how we manage it day in and day out. My usual choice is to let everyone go sockless so it’s one less clothing item I have to buy and wash. Apparently I should stop buying winter coats too since no one seems to need those either.

  5. Heather says:

    I found a mommy blog from a cross the world that reminds me of you so much. http://www.loobylu.com/archives/000677.htm Enjoy…and thanks for your funny blog!!

  6. Margaret says:

    Wow – she looks so grown-up in that picture! And it’s not just the socks, either!

  7. Rhonda S. says:

    I have a 4-year-old daughter and have gone through the same issues with her clothing. After reading your thoughts, I decided to let her pick out her own outfits when she insisted on doing so. Saturday afternoon she went to her big brother’s basketball game dressed in her finest red Christmas dress, white socks that she pulled up to her knees, one white patent leather shoe, one black patent leather shoe, a blue headband with white polka dots, and a purple jacket. And she was so PROUD. And she DID IT HERSELF. And she told everyone she was BEAUTIFUL. And everyone agreed. And really, truly, she was.

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