Having kids who can dress themselves for snow makes the fact that they only last for 20 minutes much more tolerable.
Every hair cut.
Every good decision.
Every stolen base.
Every awesome report card.
He looks older with every step.
No snowdays till after Jan 1 please. Sorry, I'm jinxing whatever superstitions all the kids and teachers did last night. We have enough days off in November; let's save some for June.
Dressing up dolls and playing together...babyish and dumb.
Dressing up videogame guys and playing together remotely... super cool and mature.
We went to a haunted hayride this weekend, and the scariest thing was the little boys (12ish) in front of us talking about vaping-- and how one's BABYSITTER got it for him.
Love watching them play but god I hate being cold.
Do you know about the tag*a*long?
It's a great, simple product that helps you keep track of your kids 🤪
You can get it on Amazon-- PRIME shipping-- bonus!
Oooor, you can get one from me!
Leave a comment telling me how many kids you have (or nieces/nephews/students/kids you care for/etc.) and I'll choose a random winner when we get to 20 comments (sharing and tagging friends will help us get there faster!)!
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I'm so glad we have a boot tray.
Pretty sure I have more apps for my kids' schools and sports than my own stuff at this point.
Middle schoolers need your love too <3
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