Diana hampo's Blog – March 2011 Archive (2)

Mean Parents Suck,...There, I Said It

Please, stop being mean to your kids in public. I don’t care if you're a redneck in Wal-Mart or picking up an espresso in Starbucks. You look and sound like a witch when you are rude or snarky to your own kids in public.

they are kids, they are supposed to ask a lot of bizarre questions, fidget and touch stuff. (Once Mary's dad said, "stop touching all the buildings", so, who sounded like an ass, Mary or Mary's dad?

Seriously, do you think anyone wants to invite you over for a beer or a…

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Added by diana hampo on March 4, 2011 at 9:59am — No Comments

How To Raise A Happy Kid...Idea #493

Sometimes kids are grumpy in the morning, hell, who isn’t. Why? Well, they don’t want to wake up and start working, who does? Burrowing under the warm covers like a mole hiding from the blazing sunlight seems like a much better.

But here’s something that generally makes Sandor, who is a pretty typical eight year old, feel a little better in the mornings. We don’t talk about school, we talk about the…

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Added by diana hampo on March 1, 2011 at 3:04pm — No Comments

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