Be honest. What do you expect your kid will be talking about in therapy in 20 years?
Medic - posted on 05/31/2012
Probably that we threatened to feed them dirty sock soup.....or make them into brat stew. Threatened to throw them in the closet and slide cheerios under the door for them. Oh yea and acted like complete fools when they had a hissy.
â¥âªMeganâ«â¥ - posted on 05/30/2012
You mean you didn't? Dove I am so ashamed of you!
My older daughter will now have to adjust to going to school a week longer than she did when we lived in New York. And I'm seeking therapy and heavier blinds for these GD Northern Canadian Summers. FFS who decided that the sun has to get up before 5 in the morning and stay up til 10pm?
Dove - posted on 05/30/2012
What's wrong with needing therapy? It can be good for everyone. And yeah, ditto Megan. We're just messing around. It's quite obvious by reading posts... unless you actually think I DID sell my kids to the gypsies and they aren't really sitting here singing at the top of their lungs instead of getting ready to go.... lol
Stifler's - posted on 05/29/2012
theyll be in therapy crying about how their mum is peter pan and embarrassed them by wanting to come to the show and making them go on the bad ass zipper/sliding down the slide at the playground/making them fairybread for lunch in high school. good times are ahead.
â¥âªMeganâ«â¥ - posted on 05/25/2012
Dove, my great aunt used to threaten my grandma with that! They were 17 years apart.
My oldest daughter will be in therapy because she was uprooted from New York to British Columbia at the age of 6 and had to relearn school holidays and just holidays in general because Canadians are weird (In fact I may go into therapy for them moving Thanksgiving on me!)
My younger daughter will go into therapy once she realises she can identify herself as an American as well as Canadian and she has to pick a nationality to get a passport.
Amy - posted on 05/22/2012
My son thinks too much so I am absolutely positive he will be in therapy. If he's not in therapy he's going to have himself locked up in a room some where because he's going to be too scared to go out into the real world. Only time will tell if my daughter needs it I hope she doesn't.
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