Monthly Archives: September 2012

Self-sacrifice

Yesterday I mastered the art of rooftop window cleaning, which I did in the name of my children’s well being. Ok, maybe it was partially due to a need to procrastinate from writing, but really it was necessary! While attempting … Continue reading

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Verbosity

My five-year-old has a problem. We like to call it can’t-shut-his-mouth-itis. Or verbal diarrhea, but that sounds much less couth. Whether it’s five in the morning or ten at night, Pierce is unable to stop talking. Last night, as I … Continue reading

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A lesson in profanity

Yesterday we reached a milestone. I taught my children the word “fu**er.” In some respects, I was helping them to become well-rounded children, teaching them different ways to express their frustration at people who blatantly cut you off to steal … Continue reading

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Homework

Raise your hand if you hate homework. Come on now, don’t be shy. I know I’m not alone on this one and since you’re probably reading this in the privacy of your own home, no one will see you admit … Continue reading

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