If you were the boss for one day, what rule would you change?
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A&E: We would make it OK to press any button we find. And no place would be off limits.
Me: I’d change priorities around so #1 would be getting as much sleep as needed / desired, #2 would be doing as much reading / music time as desired, #3 would be spending as much time with the kids as possible, and getting paid work done would be somewhere down the list. At least, that’s how I’m feeling right now.
Well… Im always the boss 😦 Which is kinda sucky… so how about a new rule that I don’t have to be? Yay me!
oooo Amber go make me coffee NOW how does that sound? I can be boss 😀 and while you are at it write a post about hmmm will think on this one as I am still waking up.
Rule changes? I would change the Murphys Law against SF, I must win lottery and Murphy stops it.
Bailey says he would want to be able to eat anything he wants. This kid would eat all day if I’d let him. Especially right now. He had a doctors appt. Wednesday and he has grow 1″ 1/2 and has gained 8 pounds in 4 months!! Major growth spurt!!
I would change the TV rule (even though there isn’t one!!) and not allow it on unless there was a program on you wanted to watch and not for just flipping channels and watching a bunch of nothing. Or, turning it on and going and doing something else and leaving it on.
Oh, I could write a book about auntie rules, and the TV rule Joy suggested would be at the top of the list. Only mine would say: CNN headline news can be on for only one cycle per day, and if the “Situation Room” that you recorded is more than 2 days old, you don’t need to watch it. And the living room TV is off during my meals and whenever my kids are putzing around the house.
And aunties are not allowed to offer food without clearing it with Mom first in private. And the same goes for any activity within half an hour of bedtime.
And aunties are not allowed to leave stuff around the house unattended if a child could use it to hurt herself. And if an auntie leaves anything around and the kids get into it, the auntie is not allowed to complain to Mom.
Aunties are not allowed to buy a closet-full of clothes for the kids and suggest Mom make room by discarding the stuff Mom bought. Aunties do not get to decide when the kids are ready for swimming pools, sprinklers, chocolate bunnies, jelly beans, and spicy food.
Aah, it felt good to get that out . . . .
LOL SKL…I hear ya…
Sounds like Auntie is in trouble. LOL!!!!
Dylan says he would eat in front of the TV in the family room.
Olivia: People could eat like a pig and burp!