The Model Mom’s Lessons of the Week 8/3/13

3 Aug

 

The Model Mom’s Lessons of the Week:

  • If you want your kid to understand anything, use an example that references their electronic games.

        Mom: Would you lend your DS to a person  you just met?

        Kid: NO WAY!

        Mom: Well, I’m no sleepover with a new friend, you’re MY DS!

        Kid: I get it.

  • No matter how much you think you have it under control, your annoying  Co-Parent will be able to get under your skin, even 4 years later. Keep booze handy!
  • Oven cleaner gets just about ANYTHING clean.  Dried milk spill that I was NOT told about and only realized it happened weeks after dude to the residue all over my kitchen cabinets and outside of the fridge that was almost concrete…GONE!
  • No matter how many towels or washcloths you put in the bathroom, you kid will still USE YOURS!
  • It is great to be an easygoing parent, but sometimes, just because, tell them NO. Keeps them in check and keeps them humble!

Why? Because The Model Mom Says So! #modelmomsayso

 

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2 Responses to “The Model Mom’s Lessons of the Week 8/3/13”

  1. Tess @ Tips on Life and Love August 16, 2013 at 3:00 pm #

    The thing about the towels and washcloths– so true! Knowing how to communicate with you kids is sometimes like learning a whole new language. I admire your ability to still find the humor despite the frustration sometimes.

    • The Model Mom August 17, 2013 at 11:03 am #

      LOL, humor is all we have left when sanity disappears whilst raising your child seemingly all alone! Thanks 🙂

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