- ask children before you hug them
- ask children before you pick them up
- if moving a child is unavoidable for their safety, at least warn them first and explain afterwards
- this applies to disabled children
- this applies to non- or pre-verbal children,…
The next time someone asks me… Perfect SAHM comeback.
Take it back.
Me, too, too!
WHEN IS IT HALLOWEEN AGAIN
The heartbreak is real 💔
& sometimes they save you the thinkpiece and just say it out of their own mouths lol
and i see no lies
FUCKING GLAD HE SAID IT
FUCK BROKEN WINDOWS
FUCK THIS FUCKASS CITY
This is true.
Okay this is going to be a little lengthy because this thought process disturbs me.
Babies can’t talk, ya know? They cry to communicate. When they cry at night, they are communicating to you that something is wrong. Ignoring that just so YOU can sleep/relax is selfish. Just because it is nighttime does not mean that your duty as a parent has ended. They do not obtain the mental capacity to understand why you are not responding to their cries, which also means they do not obtain the mental capacity to cry “for attention”. And even if they do just want attention, so what? We are their parents, we should be giving them our undivided attention.
Spoiling your child would be giving him an iPhone or a MacBook for their 4th birthday, and fulfilling every one of their materialistic desires. Giving your child constant love and attention is not spoiling them, it’s doing what you’re supposed to do.
I wish I could share this with everyone in the world.