Here is photographic evidence of my stellar parenting skills. Try not to feel intimidated.
Like foreign languages, yard work and mechanics should be taught at a young age for maximum learning capacity and retention:
|I will be instructing a monthly class:|
Yard Work for Tots 101. Proper footwear be damned.
|Big brother is taking over for little brother's diaper break.|
Next I will have him address that bare spot in the grass.
Teaching them the benefits of housework proves useful (...and you thought only my dogs cleaned the floors. HA!)
|Get them brooms for short people and prepare to be |
amazed by the amount of work the
I feel sorry for my friend who birthed this little rascal, as I predict she will be listening to Pink Floyd's The Wall and leading rebellions against "the establishment".
|Precious, isn't she?|
|It is almost as if that tiny middle finger makes |
the I heart Mom sentiment sarcastic....
Oh, Mom is in for it!
Now I need to go because Thing 1 just ran through the house yelling the "mommy is GROSS!" because I instructed him to use the bathroom, which he apparently didn't want to do and he is now beating on his baby brother, who is attempting to eat a rotten banana he found in the trash can with a clump of red dog hair attached to it.... Oh! and now there is screaming.
Ahhh, perfection in parenting.
Peace, Love and Unicorns,