You know those parents who say, “I just wish I could be sick for them” referring to their sick kids feeling miserable?
I don’t believe them.
I’m not saying I don’t feel bad for their kids. Being sick sucks. Whether it’s a cold. A man cold. Or the flu. Being a parent is difficult enough. There’s no need to be sick with a fever and chills when the kids are begging to be fed, making messes all over the house, and being their usual monkey selves.
Ain’t nobody got time for that.
Anyway, on to the good stuff. Happy Sunday. Happy last week of Lent for you fasters.
Becoming A Wild Family
The frustration and joys of Geocaching. Something we enjoy doing (usually), too.
Revisions of Grandeur
Kids say and do some funny things!
LISAPOMERANTZSTER: ARE WE THERE YET?
When kids learn the power of persuasive writing.
Because even normal conversations with kids can be funny.
Lipstick and Laundry
Getting a new room mate… sort of.
Help my brother reach $1,000 donated to The Roswell Cancer Institute. This year he rides in honor of Melina Selent who, at the age of 10 months, had retinoblastoma, an eye cancer.
A friend of mine, a running buddy, had just finished running 26.2 miles in Boston in 2013. He was sitting in the medical tent recovering when the bombs exploded. Because of his location at the time, he saw most of the victims prior to triage and being taken to hospital. Please visit his page and, if you can, help him reach his goal of $5,000 to 50 Legs, an organization working to empower those without. He’s running in honor of Celeste Corcoran. Her extremely inspirational video can be seen here.
Lastly, check out Crash’s YouTube channel. Show it to your kids. He has some new videos up. As does his comical little brother, Bang. If you already know DanTDM you’re ahead of the game.