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My dad is a planner, a list maker, an organizer, a rule regulator and a contract creator. As a kid, I loathed the “family meetings”, the inescapable discussions about curfews or “house rules”, and the endless lectures if you broke … Continue reading
I don’t like clutter, especially on the kitchen counter. Papers are the worst. The amount of crap my kids leave everyday is staggering, probably a whole trees worth. Several recycle bins live in our garage, carefully labeled to avoid confusion. … Continue reading
I’ve never understood why in the world so many teachers create assignments that clearly require an adult to participate. You see it all the time at Science Fairs or Open House nights where we get to peruse projects from different classrooms. … Continue reading