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"My daughter (9th grade) and son (11th) attend the same high school and have lunch at the same time every other day. The other day I found out for the first time that she and her friends get to witness my son and his girl friend "sucking…"
"Karma coming back to bite us in the ass ?
Everyone thinks their toddler is sooooo cute even though they may be terrors on training wheels, maybe by the time our cuties have grown into tweenies the pregnancy fog has dissipated ?
The reason we feel guilty/uncomfortable about disclosing the craziness with our teens is b/c they have been under our care and tutelage for all of those years, so we feel that their actions are a reflection of us and our parenting. Our teens…"
My sixteen year old son was reported by many of my friends and associates as having "made out" with his girlfriend at our local town fair. I know I am super old school about this but I don't think my son needs to be sucking face at an event where he was supposed to be chaperoning his little sisters. Just wondering what others where thinking.Also, I just noticed how we, as mothers, take pictures of the big mess our toddlers make and blog about the cute mistakes they make. Why do I feel like I'm…See More
"I forgot to tell you that he woke me up this morning by saying that if I didn't get up and turn on the Wii for him, I wouldn't be going on the trip to Hawaii with him and my husband. These kids pick up on the bargaining/blackmail thing…"
Moms of teenagers know they are entering alien territory. Here we can discuss our struggles with wanting to help them grow up and be independent while wanting to hug them and rock them in our arms again.See More
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Brittany is a director of the Toxic Free Foundation and created the first ever Toxic Free Certification Program. Weekly, Brittany publishes the Toxic Free Blog and provides coaching to over 10,000 families in the United States alone. She is the author of a Toxic Free educational series and co-author of several Toxic Free learning programs. Brittany is also an award winning author.