Okay, so... my blog is *obviously* mid-makeover. I know it's not pretty. But it will be. So just, please...overlook the mess. :)
I mentioned in my last post that I have the most boring blog ever. All i do lately is memes. But i did not promise to stop doing said memes. I just would like to have some deeper posts as well. And I'll get there. Soon. But first. Five Question Friday. 1. Do you apologize to your kids?
I will if i am in the wrong. I remember mine doing that & it meant a lot to me. It shows that humility is good. That it is okay to be wrong sometimes. But it won't be like Full House where in the end, the parent is always wrong. Just sayin. 2. What color are your nails right now?
I never paint my fingernails. I feel like they're too short. But i want to grow them a bit & start painting them. My toenails are Opi Cajun Shrimp. Love. 3. When you were growing up, how difficult was it for you to stay home from school sick? (As in, did you have to vomit or just say "i don't feel good?") I had to be REALLY sick. I had to vomit or be running fever. Mom was strict! I do know that I fooled her a few times... I'd be scared to go for some reason (a test or speech or mean girls) & i'd fake it... sometimes she bought it. Sometimes she didn't. But there were also times where I truly WAS sick & she'd make me go anyway, thinking i was faking it! Haha. 4. When is the last time you bought a new comforter for your bed? We're using the Potterybarn quilt that we registered for. Mom & Dad bought it for a wedding gift. It's been on the bed since we got married. I love it! 5. Favorite Websites?Just blogs... visit my blogroll to see! Happy Friday!
I agree with you on the apologizing thing. I've had to do it. I hate to do it... but I've had to haha.ReplyDelete
Ok... this is a totally different direction but one thing I hate is when a kid is definitely doing something they shouldn't... say, throwing food on the floor... and the parent says "pick that up please" all sweet and stuff. Ummmm. No. It's "You can either pick up your food and stop throwing it and stay at the table or you can go sit in your bed while the rest of us eat." There is no please and thank you there. And that's my little rant. :)
Haha, my mom said that if we were ever to stay home from school because of a sickness, we had to be throwing up or bleeding out our eyes. Haha!ReplyDelete
This makes my dad sound way to laid back... but if I wanted to stay home from school because I just didn't feel like going, I could. HOWEVER, I will say that I went to school even when I was sick and I hated missing school. I was pretty sick one time and dead set on going and they had to force me to stay home. So when I got in high school and there was a day here or there where I just didn't feel like going, I'd tell my parents and they'd say.. "then stay home." I guess I earned the privledge for a day now and then in their eyes. I guess it was a mutual respect which I appreciated so much and will always remember. But I'm sure it couldn't work that way with every child. Take my brother.. he HAD to be sick. haha. :)ReplyDelete