One Chicago mom's attempt to keep an accurate log so her kids will have something helpful to show the therapists.
As long as my mom friends aren't laughing AT me, I could not agree more!
I don't even care if they ARE laughing at me...it's all better than tears, no? ;)
Better to show it to his college buddies.
You know how much I love that!
I thought you would, Julie!
So definitely agree; I think I need to find more friends that make laughter part of their daily routine. Thanks for the reminder.betty
Happy to help! Thanks for visiting, Betty!
Lol... The worse the problem, the more I laugh. Laughing bolsters you to carry on.
We could so hang, Skwish. We'd both get kicked out of funerals together.
Oh, that is awesome. Mine didn't have his hands in his pants because his pants were usually pulled up over his nipples. I'll never figure that one out.-andi
That's awesome, Andi. I hope you're taking pictures!
Here's to humor for any occasion. Only as a senior, I have to remember to wear my hearing aids or I miss out. They laugh at me at Toastmasters and I laugh with them pretending I heard it. Hugs,Carol
I do that, too, Carol and I don't even have a hearing aid!
I've found that a sense of humor and an appreciation for the absurd are invaluable parenting (and friend-finding) tools. I loved the note home from the teacher--it reminded me of a note from my husband's first grade teacher, which through the generosity and superior organizational skills of my mother-in-law has come into my possession. "Andrew has been given three rubber erasers this week. He will receive no more erasers until he can learn to stop eating them." ;)