There is a meme making the rounds on Facebook that reads (and I’m paraphrasing): if you grew up in the ’80s and earlier, aren’t you glad all that stuff you did couldn’t be posted on Facebook? So I ask myself, now that I’m 40 with two small children: don’t my kids, even as young as they are, deserve the same consideration?
You never know what you’re going to have to say when you have kids. Danielle Anderson at ScaryMommy.com shares a few of the phrases she’s been slinging around these days.
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