I haaaaate when people say kids these days don't play outside or are addicted to screens.
At any given time I have 4-15 kids in my yard.
Maybe it's the adults who are addicted to screens...
I'm for whatever kind of healthcare plan doesn't lead to me paying $283 for a *generic* epipen, with expensive insurance and the copay coupon.
Pure robbery. Or maybe not pure. A touch of entrapment and extortion since the other options are more expensive and the alternative is potentially risking my son's life.
Somehow we've avoided a fight or fortune the last couple years, but it looks like it's on again.
Listen up young entrepreneurs and inventors: I've given these million-dollar ideas away before; I need someone to get on it!
A screen that let's the cool air in, but keeps the nature sounds out (I'm not a Disney princess, I don't want to be woken up at 5am by birds).
Windows with built-in thermostats that close when it reaches a certain temperature. No more falling asleep to the awesome Fall-like air and waking up in the tundra! And while we're making shit up, let's add a rain sensor in to the design.
Teach your kids to be smart online. It matters.
I would bet that 90% of people who think they know what their kids are doing online, actually don't. (I'm not judging; it's hard!)
I just placed an online order and it's either going to be a great find, or my identity will be stolen by midnight. Wish me luck! 🤞🙈😬
Pretty sure I have more apps for my kids' schools and sports than my own stuff at this point.
With a love of children and a passion for reading and writing, Kelly decided to share her experiences with others through the pages of the Crib Notes book and site.
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