This morning, while I was getting ready for the day, my daughter came into my room and said, "Mommy! Skye!" This is code for, "Mommy, I want to watch Paw Patrol!". So, I tossed her up on my bed and turned on "Zoboomafoo" instead, because she's already seen the pups rescue Timmy's tooth four times this week. There was a time when I swore this would never happen. I would not let the TV babysit my kid. But I don't really worry about it anymore. Here's why:
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My daughter is a tomboy. This morning she went to daycare wearing a Honda Pit Crew t-shirt and a black skirt. Last weekend she "worked" on her PowerWheels trike with her plastic Craftsman tools and brought home two trophies from a bike show for her effort. When she's in a dress, I have to remind her that it is not a napkin to wipe chocolate off her face. Lady-like is not really her strong point.
So it probably doesn't surprise anyone that I have lots of people tell me what a cute little boy I have. I think every parent has been there. For some parents it last longer than for others. Here are some of the the ways my husband and I handle these incidents.
This month's item is probably the most important gift of the year: the "WOW" gift.
What is a wow gift you ask? Think back to Christmas with your kids. The wow gift is the present your child opened and said, "WOW!". The one you purposely saved back for last because you knew once they had opened it, the only thing on their mind would be to try out this amazing gift. That's a wow gift.
This week, while eating lunch with my dad, we watched as the parking lot, and then the lobby of the restaurant we were eating at filled with families taking a break from getting their animals ready for our local, county fair. As a former 4-Her, I know that during the fair time, few things are as great as air conditioning and a cold drink--except for maybe a Grand Champion ribbon! Raising animals is hard work all year long, but during the fair there is a lot of extra work to be done!