Ugh just remembered I never made tomorrows lunch. Whatever. It’s bed time. I’ll make it in the morning or get something in Portland. MEH.
I also keep leaving my keys in the car in the ignition. I’m seriously loosing it. I’m lucky my car hasn’t been stolen yet.
Parents and teachers often say “good job” as an automatic response to a child’s action. “You ate all of your peas. Good job!” “You did a good job putting away the toys.”
A “good job” now and then is fine, but it doesn’t help children understand why what they did was good. Preschoolers need to know what they did, why it worked, or why it shows they are capable. Try the following suggestions to give preschoolers specific, detailed information that recognizes their achievements and encourages their learning.
I should sleep. I need to be up early but I’m so stressed out I can’t sleep. Help.
…..right in the feels
Every Super has a secret identity; I don’t know a single one who doesn’t. I mean, who wants the pressure of being super all the time?
screw writing strong dads. write dads who abandon their kids. write dads who turn into children. write dads who possess their great grandsons’ bodies. write dads who entrap their kids in boxes.