I arm wrestled my son last night, and not only did I lose, but I hurt my wrist.
I read this out loud to my boys last night after I saw a couple friends share it.
And it's not just Twitter, all online platforms including personal photos and things you think disappear or are hidden.
I must have hit some sort of time warp. It's 1990 in my car.
So true. Not these exact examples, but the overall sentiment.
This makes me feel a lot better about old pictures.
(I'm not hating on Kate, love her. This just looks so early-2000s-familiar.)
100% will watch.
Wait until everyone is seated before eating.
Wait until everyone is done before getting up.
Clear your place when you go.
I feel like these are easy and standard dinner table rules. Anyone have different rules?
(Seriously a question, not a judgement. I haven't eaten with/near anyone else's kids in 2 months haha Plus, I don't make our bed, or make the kids make their beds-- ever.)
Friends with seniors, my heart breaks for you and them. I know that if this touches me so deeply with an 8th grader, that it's 10x worse for you.
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