The person driving in front of you is going 70 mph and you are cursing him for going too slow.
When ordering a tonic, you mean a Coke...not quinine water.
You actually enjoy driving around rotaries.
You almost feel disappointed when someone doesn't flip you the bird when you cut them off or steal their parking space.
You know how to pronounce the names of towns like Worcester, Woburn, Billerica, Haverhill, Barre and Cotuit.
You have driven to New Hampshire on a Sunday in order to get beer.
You know that there are two Bulger brothers, and that they're both crooks.
You know what they sell at a packie.
You know at least one bar where you can get something to drink after last call.
You can actually find your way around Boston.
You get jimmies on your ice cream.
Evacuation Day is a recognized holiday.
You know what First Night is.
You know at least one guy named Sean, Pat, Whitey, Red, Bud or Seamus.
You think the rest of the country owes you for Thanksgiving and Independence Day.
You have never been to Cheers.
When the words 'WICKED' and 'GOOD' go together.
You knew that there was no chance in hell that the Pats would move to Hartford.
The curse of the Bambino is taught in public schools.
You own a "Yankees Suck" shirt or hat.
You think Doug Flutie is the greatest athlete ever.
You remember exactly where you were when the ball rolled through Buckner's legs.
You prayed for the Red Sox to win the World Series not this season, but in your lifetime...our prayes were answered! and theyll win again this season!
You know how to make a frappe.
You know what a hoodsie is.
You know that "Big Dig" is also a kind of ice cream you can get at Brigham's.
You actually know how to merge from 6 lanes of traffic down to one.
You never go to "Cape Cod", you go "down the Cape".
You think that Roger Clemens, Wade Boggs and Derek Jeter are more evil than Whitey Bulger.
You went to Old Sturbridge Village, Plymouth Plantation, or both, on field trip in grammar school.
You can drive to the mountains and the ocean all in one day.
You know that the Mass Pike is some sort of strange weather dividing line.
You know that P-Town isn't the name of a new rap group.
You do not recognize the letter "R" as a part of the English language.
You've called something "wicked pissa"
You see people like Steven Tyler (Aerosmith), Dicky Barret (The Mighty, Mighty Bosstones), and Evan Dando (The Lemonheads) in the local supermarket and it doesn't phase you.
You've slammed on your brakes to deter a tailgater
Know at least three Tony's, one Vinnie and a Frank(ie)
Paranoia sets in if you can't see a Dunkies, ATM or CVS within eyeshot at all times.
You keep an ice scraper and can of de-icer on the floor of your car...year round
You order iced coffee in January
You know what candlepin bowling is
You drive 45 minutes to New Hampshire to save $5 in sales tax
You've pulled out of a side street and used your car to block oncoming traffic so you can make a left.
You've bragged about the money you've saved at The Christmas Tree Shop
You know what a "regular" coffee is
You get mad when people order Regular coffee with cream and sugar
You get mad when people order regular coffee, and then bitch about the fact that there's cream and sugar in it
You know there is a much bigger difference between Roxbury and West Roxbury than just direction.
You think of Philadelphia as the Midwest.
You think there are only 25 letters in the alphabet (no R's).
You think three straight days of 80+ temperatures is a heatwave.
All your pets are named after Celtics or Bruins.
You refer to 6 inches of snow as a "dusting."
The weather changes from 70 and sunny to 20 and snowy in under an hour, and you hardly notice.
Just hearing the words "New York" puts you in an angry mood.
You don't think you have an attitude.
You always 'bang a left' as soon as the light turns green, and oncoming traffic always expects it.
Everything in town is "a five minute walk."
When out of town, you think the natives of the area are all whacked.
You know what a rotary is.
You've driven around a rotary seventeen times for pure sport.
You still can't bear to watch highlights from game 6 of the 1986 World Series.
You believe using your turn signal is a sign of weakness.
You don't realize that you walk and talk twice as fast as everyone else.
You're anal, neurotic, pessimistic and stubborn.
You think if someone is nice to you, they must want something or are from out of town.
Your favorite adjective is "wicked."
You think 63 degree ocean water is warm.
You think the Kennedy's are misunderstood.
Things to Know About Boston...
WHEN WE SAY ________ WE MEAN...
Bizah - odd
Flahwiz - roses, etc.
Hahwahya? - how are you?
Khakis - what we staht the cah with
Pissah - superb
Retahded - silly
Shewah - of course
Wikkid - extremely
Yiz - you, plural
Popcahn - popular snack
I am a very hard mom there is no denying that. So since we are on day 3 of no power at work (yesterday was a whatever day) I decided these kids are going to work.
They cleaned out every drawer in their room folded all their clothes organized them and got rid of the ones they don't like or don't fit. Now all the new school clothes are easily found, if school ever starts!
I had them clean their entire rooms top to bottom. Now I am not talking about when i send them to their rooms and say clean it and they just throw everything in their buckets. Nope I dumped everything on the floors and said find it the right home. They did that for almost 2 hours.
I gave them rags with some windex on them turned on the battery operated cd player and blared Annie's musical sound track told them they are orphans and cleaning the orphanage. Surprisingly they loved it! Kids always love using imagination :) they sang and scrubbed in harmony!
Now we are, well they are outside as I sit and watch taking all the branches, trees and debris that is all over the yard and making a HUGE pile because I promised them we would find sticks and make smores. This bribery again worked.
No power on day three thing isn't so bad considering I have 5 children all 11 and under. They are singing dancing and laughing while doing chores. After our pizza arrives (hey no food or stoves to cook I am entitled to pizza and Mac and cheese bites lol) I am sure they will be exhausted and they will all sit down with books and I will cuddle with the two babies and read the nook to them.
I dont think I am a evil mom, just a lazy one I guess lol. But what is the sense of me doing everything when I have all the kids? No no don't worry I will serve the food and make sure there is enough toilet paper. Oh and yea I helped them organize I'm not that bad?
So is anyone else on the east coast with out power in day three? What are you doing to keep the kids quiet?
I will start off with we are all ok and we have just minimal damage to our things.
Hurricane Irene hit us today, packing 70+mph winds at the beach where my dad lives. It is Sunday so I am always with my dad anyway but I had to go stay with him incase there was an evacuation or problems with the house. There isn't much to report thank god.
This is the main road linking my town to my dads town and you usually have to spend 10 minuets of your life waiting to get through this short strip. As you can see however there is no one but me and two other crazy people!
After discovering my favorite coffee shop was indeed open I headed to dads on the beach. The first casualty before the storm even hit hard was the porta potty rolling around. YUCK.
The storm started and with in and hour we had a tree on the shed. You can not tell but the back side of the shed took the brunt of it.
Then the fence.
Then the trees at the field.
Then the pool started peeling.
Last you can't tell so much in this pic but, it use to be filled with trees now it it a wide open hole because the trees and the hill feel down the side. I couldn't get a shot of all the debris because it wasn't safe going over there with the falling trees and the peeling pool.
So that's about it. And what I find most funny about it all is that with all the trees, the pool peeling etc my mom's tiki torches stayed up! heehee.
It was a usual fun day with dad and I think we were the only ones with 75mph winds who didn't lose power. I booked my trip to Vegas and made a big chicken dinner for dad robert and I.
I pray everyone else up the east coast is ok. From the news reports it could have been worse. Thank god.
All the milestones my kids have I get very teary. Now I have no idea why this happens and some are worse then others. First day of kindergarten HORRIBLE, for both Robert and my two oldest "jobs." Last year first day of preschool for the Bean and Alora I cried HARD, no really it was pathetic.
So now with the "bigger" big girl bed I didn't think it would happen I mean come on its just a twin size bed. Auntie Frankie came and dropped it off for her (best sister in law ever.) She brought her hula girl blankets, shams and a bed skirt and some cute yellow sheets that match. She also brought her some 101 Dalmatians sheets. What did she choose? Of course the Dalmatians lol.. Anyway I set it up cleaned everything and put her to bed. Then I cried and cried and cried. My baby girl is so tiny in this bed. So sweet. Innocent. Beautiful. I miss my baby girl :(
So I guess now I will go to bed and cry and sleep, and get ready for hurricane Irene. I shall post about the hurricane tomorrow while in the middle of the hurricane!
Where is Baby?
I am not sure if you have all heard of planking but I LOVE IT!
When I first read about it, saw pictures of it and learned about it I was like WHAT?! Then I said my mom's favorite line, "That's Stupid!" Who wants to go around and lay face down, palms up, on your belly, in a public place!? Well I did it once and I was HOOKED! Haha It is pretty silly. The whole point of it is you find the most public, awkward and strange area to do it in and snap a picture. Stupid? Right? But yea I love it!
So here are some of my favorites.
Roberts First Plank. Harry Potter Premier.
At the ER of the hospital (heehee)
And now My favorite only because of the little boys freaked out face in the back HAHA but on the rock at the park.
So this is planking :) Please if you have any I would LOVE to see the pictures :)
Have a great weekend!
I know most of you have already sent your kids back to school already, but we are late bloomers here in the Boston area. We start on the 7th of September. Ugh boy do I want to ship the 5 back now!
Anywho I wanted to touch on the subject of school supplies. Now this is HORRIBLE! I am married to a mail man we have NO money. So it is time to budget. The good thing is the four year old needs a back pack because she has loads of clothes. She also goes to this very "nice" preschool (you know "that" kind.) So she doesn't have to bring things like crayons and tissues. My son on the other hand is going into JR High (ugh) and its public yet they still ask for LOADS of stuff.
You know I think its ok to send in extra tissues, paper towels, art supplies and such but to MAKE everyone send in this stuff is a bit hard for me to handle. I am a mom who gets free lunch because of my income and you want me to send in all this crap!? So before I get upset lets look at what he needs and what I spent. Here is the "list."
Starting with the "Every Student" list.
-8.5”x11” (letter) loose-leaf notebook paper
-two 2” three-ring binders
-dividers for three-ring binders
-3x5 index cards
-12 ct. #2 pencils
-10 ct. blue or black ballpoint pens
-three ring pouch for pens/pencils
Now the 6th grade only list. (Yes we need to buy both.)
Math and Problem Solving:
- 2" Three-ring binder
- 8 dividers
- Scientific calculator (We recommend the TI-15 available at Wal-Mart and Office Max)
- Ruler (with inches and centimeters)
- Package of rings that open and clip together to hold flashcards
- 1" Three-ring binder
- 5 dividers
- 1" Three-ring binder
- 5 dividers
- World Map (for home)
- 1" three-ring binder
- Pencils, pencils and more pencils! (Seriously!)
- Pencil case
- Hand-held pencil sharpener
- Colored pencils
- PLENTY of lined notebook filler paper for all subjects
I went to Walmart for everything I didn't have coupons for so I needed the cheapest. At 97c a box for crayons I bought about half of it there. I spent $74.93! That was just the "everyone needs this" list.
I have done about 1/2 the other list (so I have about 75% done) and I did this at target with some coupons. It was another $62.37.
I have also bought a few outfits, luckily like I stated before Alora is fine and well Robert has enough pants to last him till he is married, so he needed new shoes, shirts, back pack and actually PJs. Another $325 later I am pretty broke. So total around $460.
Again public school here. I am so upset over this! Does anyone else have a problem with this? Oh also they asked us tonight at back to school night to make sure we send in tissues, paper towels, lysol wipes or anything like that. REALLY!? REALLY!?
I had the pleasure to send a SendaBall to my mom. Which made her day!
SendaBall is a family business headquartered in Chicago. It is owned by a couple of BALLSY sisters who live across the street from each other in the same northwestside Chicago neighborhood they grew up in. They have been sending balls since the 90s, but one day in 2003, it seemed this CRAZY idea was meant to be a BUSINESS.
Now they put smiles on people's faces all around the country. Their story about raising their children with the family and all living close is just so sweet!
I decided I wanted to do the SendaBall for my mom who recently lost all of her hair. I chose to send her one that said "Ball-D is beautiful." she apparently called the whole family asking who sent it while she was laughing so hard tears strolled down her face. She finally called me (apparently I can't send witty nice things lol) and she said "so listen to this I got something in the mail and it is so weird have you heard of SendaBall?" I laughed so hard and said oh you got it?! She started laughing hard and told me how much it made her day to know someone cares enough to send her something so funny.
Their prices are very reasonable at $16 a ball plus shipping it all ends at $20 a ball. You personalize it with what you want or you can chose an already made one both the same price. They come in an array of colors as well. These are great for birthdays, anniversaries, first day of school or a friend that just simply needs a smile. How can someone not love a ball delivered to their mail box by the mail man! So awkward and wonderful!
Let me just start off by letting you all know that I am the best driver ever, I do nothing wrong, I am the only one who knows how to drive and I have a Masshole license.
Got it? Good.
Now I went to the Cape (Cape Cod) this weekend for a beautiful family wedding. Congrats Corinne and Steve. The traffic was typical of annoying can't drive out of staters,and well I took it in stride. But let me just give you a little advice on driving in Mass in general not just the Cape.
So first thing first if you don't drive at the least 80mph on route 3 south move over to the right lane and DON'T come in our left lane for anything ok?
Do not what so ever try and come to the Cape during rush hours we do not like that, as well as the fact it is a war zone. If you dont know how to weave, beep, flip a finger or two then don't move unless it is after rush hours we are brutal because we want to get home and you are just in our way.
If you are trying to get into a parking spot in the city you better make 110% sure no one has "saved" their spot. Spots can be saved with anything from chairs, shoes, cones, old broken bikes or the homeless man who took a bottle of mouth wash and $10 to stand there. Your tires will most likely be missing when you get back, either by the spot saver or the homeless man.
When you reach a rotary do not panic if you do go home. You can get some rotary advice from Robin over at Masshole Mommy here.
If you are driving to Fenway Park plain and simple DO NOT. Get on our lovely clean fast public transportation called simply "The T." HAHA never mind I take that back save the $30 you need to park and drive in but heed all warnings above.
So simply please just either don't drive here or save your money and get driving lessons by the lady on the corner of the projects in Southie.
Oh and enjoy this pretty state rich in history it truly is beautiful.
In Massachusetts this weekend it was tax free weekend. I thought that it would be a good idea if I went out shopping. Now don't get me wrong being able to go out and buy my dog food, cat food, deodorant, razors all tax free is pretty awesome. Especially considering the tax in Massachusetts is 6.25%.
On tax free weekend Best Buy likes to do smart things like put a laptop on sale for $249 or give free financing on iPads. This all just leads to an extremely crowded store where you can't walk and very angry customers because for some reason they think that they are better than the rest of the world and don't have to wait. They also decided to show up at Best Buy at two o'clock in the afternoon thinking that there's actually going to be one of those $249 laptops still available, not so.
I wandered right over to the E readers because I decided on Saturday morning that I was wanted a nook color. I arrived at Best Buy to find not one single e-reader working. I waited to find a person in a blue shirt. To find a person in a blue shirt was probably impossible. Me being me however with my big mouth I found somebody in a blue shirt. I explained the situation that I just wanted to play with the reader to feel it out and later that day I was going to go to my fathers house and order it online because well of course I'm going to use daddy's credit card. He informed me about the lovely children that were running around that morning deciding to break them all by ripping the batteries out of the back. He was not very happy. And come to think of it neither am I what bratty disrespectful kids.
So at this point I was pretty teed off that I went all the way to Best Buy, which is actually only .4 miles from my house, to actually not be able to do what I wanted to do. So I wandered over to the iPad. Big mistake.
Of course I didn't have daddy's credit card so I walked out with nothing which I knew I was going to do in the first place, but walked out knowing I want an iPad. So I headed to dad's house where of course I had upped the credit limit on the credit card and tell him about all the great deals that I found. So he thought it would be a great idea to make plans with me to bring him to Best Buy the next day. I went on his computer and of course I ordered an iPad to which is probably the best investment I've ever made.
So this brings me to Sunday morning. Every Sunday I spend it with my dad. I picked him up and he wanted to be one of those crazy people that thinks the $249 laptop is still going to be available at noon. He is not however one of those crazy people that'll go all insane if the laptops not there. My dad is wheelchair-bound but can walk short distances with his walker if that makes any sense so we packed up his walker that you can also sit on and grabbed a handicap sticker and headed out to Best Buy.
We got there with all intentions of just getting my mom her laptop and buying her vacuum. We ended up with much more. Anyway that's off subject so we got a guy with a blue shirt which is much easier finding now that I have a handicapped person, and helped us with the laptop. My dad didn't get mad at all that there was no $249 laptops let left especially since he scored a wicked good deal on a $530 laptop which I talk down to $330 pretty awesome, I pretty much kick arse.
So this leads me to my advice for tax free weekend, go with a good attitude, don't expect somebody in a blue shirt to help you, especially don't expect to get a parking spot unless you're handicapped, and definitely do not go with intentions of scoring that $249 laptop deal. And you probably shouldn't make any rash decisions on buying an iPad, because that's what I did, actually it's probably the best rash decision I ever made scratch that statement.
Oh and to mention my post on what not to let your kids do in public I just want to add to not let your kids be rude and weave in and out of people and go in front of the man with a walker that can't move fast, hear, see good and also not paying attention to someones kid that doesn't even reach his knees because he thinks that every parent should actually watch their children. Because in the long run your kids going to get run over, and if you pretend not to speak English to me, because let's face it you live in America, I will still flip out on you. Hey I love living in my land of butterflies and rainbows but if you mess with my dad on tax free weekend and you mess with the ipad I got I'll say something.
I heard that when you get married your sex life goes downhill drastically. I didn't want to believe this because Kieren and I had such a great sex life we were like rabbits doing it all the time. Now we tend to find ourselves in the same routine when it comes to sex. It's get it done, and just a chore sometimes.
I love Edanfantasys I think they're great. They offer couples some wonderful choices. And right now they are having a huge sale up to 60% off a summer clearance.
I said this before and I have no shame in it, I love sex toys. I have also said that I want to add to my "sexy clothes closet." But right now I am running to Edenfantasys.com to buy some lubrication. You can't even go to your local drugstore and get lubrication at the sale price right now. This really excites me because I have learned and I've also done research on this, that no matter the situation you should always use lubrication. The inside of your vagina is actually really sensitive and can get damaged if you don't have enough moisture down there.
The great thing about Edenfantasys.com is the fact that you get to do the shopping from your own home. So you're not going into one of those creepy adult shops you are doing it at your personal laptop or computer whichever you use. So no matter how big the phallus is you order, or how small the lingerie you order, you can do it all from the privacy of your own home. They also ship in a nice discreet box, so you're not getting a box that says dildos in here!
So if you haven't checked out edenfantasys.com I suggest you go there now. Like I said there is a huge sale going on lubrications 40% off, you have toys at 60% off, basically everything is on sale and it is awesome. .
In the last few weeks the parents and their children in this town have really got to me. There has been many things I have seen and taken in. I want to share some of them as well as the thoughts I have on them.
1. You think your children do not have to sit at library story hour (or anything like this.)
I am sorry but your children are NOT special. 99% of those children are enjoying the story or show. If you read my post about how my daughter had a melt down you would see as well I am not being a hypocrite I took my child away and sat her in a different room. If this is not possible then you take all your "perfect" screaming children and leave the library all together.
2. Your child cries because they have a seat belt on or are in a car seat.
Well this gets me fired. My two little girls are 4 and they are STILL in a 5 point. You by no means have super children so buckle them CORRECTLY. You can find your state guide lines HERE.
3. No matter how hungry a child is you do NOT let me eat fresh fruit or veggies IN THE MARKET.
One you didn't wash them YUCK. Two they are paid for BY THE POUND letting your little bratty kid eat 2 banana's and an apple is not ok! That is money away from a farm hand that worked hard to give you a nice fresh fruit for 39c a pound.
4. Let them fit until you give in.
Ok if your kid is laying in the middle of the target isle calling you every bad Mommy name in the book walk away, the child will not let you get far. If everyone looks at you put your hands over your ears and say "Ahhh the voices in my head won't stop!" You will never see those people again. But never ever give into that fit taking kid because that is how you get a SPOILED kid.
5. If there is a birthday party for someone else do NOT give your kid a huge gift so they are not "left out."
This is the day someone has to be special themselves. That child is nice enough to invite your kid to their party where their parents already bought goody bags and spent their hard earned money on cake, food and possibly a jumpy. Doing this will turn into a gift every time and a spoiled child.
This is just 5 simple things to not aggravate the general mother population. So please be considerate and not rude. And please teach your kids beautiful manors. Thank you.
Well if you have not figured out by now we are a pretty animal loving family. My mail man is the worst. One time a wild bird passed away in our yard he buried it in the rain.
So when this cat showed up in our yard he payed close attention to him. We have NEVER taken in a stray and I refuse to. Strays are usually born outside. We also live right on the line of the state park so we have deer, coyotes, turtles, rabbits, raccoons and rabies. Any wildlife area you are going to have rabies. So anyway I do not let strays near my house.
Well this stupid cat would not leave for like a week. Finally Wednesday night he got into mail mans chevy and went right to sleep. We got a good look at him and clearly he was just a lost house kitty. We brought him to our local animal hospital were he checked out healthy, happy and neutered! Which means he is probably up to date on shots because in Mass it is the law you need to have shots in order to have the surgery.
With that said I filled out the Good Samaritan paper work and was about to walk out the door, when BAM um no Mam we do not keep strays. Um excuse me? What? Yes you have to take him back! Here we gave you a cage, food and a cat box to get you threw a few days till you find his Mom. UM no I have a Cat, Dog and two pigs (that are guineas) I can not let some strange cat into my house. Ok Mam let him go in your yard and ignore him. Are you kidding me!?
So needless to say my heart felt MIL and Mail Man both agreed the street is not a place for this beautiful fixed boy and neither is a shelter because here in Mass the shelters, if you can even get them to take on a cat, are so over crowded he would live there forever.
I posted him on Craigslist, PetFinder and our local paper is next, and not one person has claimed this boy. We do think he was abused. He is malnourished very badly and his hair was all knotted.
So after spending my Friday night shaving this cat and all night last night sleeping with the cat I have too grown to love him BUT I am still sending him away soon.
So this is how I am spending my weekend! If anyone in the Boston area wants a fixed UTD (we are taking him to the vet for free on Thursday) very loving cuddly cat send me a email. Except right now he is very pathetic looking all shaved.
Oh and we named him Dumbledore. He has a crooked ear and big white beard.
Pretty Fluffy boy.
Okay ladies and gents, it may be a more taboo topic but it's something we've all thought about. Sex. I'd like to tell you about EdenFantasys, and if sex is something you do not want to talk about, learn about or hear about, skip this post.
So as you all know I am married to the mail man. We have two beautiful children and you can't have children with out (here comes the word....) Sex...
I am not quiet about my sex life at all! The way I look at it actually, is that every married adult has it. Every adult should ENJOY it.
There came a time, ok a few times, that I was unable to have sex with the mail man. Not by choice but because we were traveling, sick, tired (him) or just not together. You get the urge at random times!
So when it comes to those times I reach for my favorite "toys." Every Mama should have at least one toy they enjoy. It took me about 25 years to open to this idea but since I have EdenFantasys is my go to place!
They have all sorts of toys, , lingerie (even in plus size!), lubricants, DVD's, steel toys, glass toys everything!
I have a very big toy collection, so lately I have been trying to fill up my dress up box. I am a large girl there is no denying it so when I am looking for something cute for the mail man I run to their plus size section. The thing I love about their site is it is so easy to navigate and I can click on my size and find all of the selections in one place without having to click on it all and getting disappointed when there isn't my size!
Mail man has been very pleased with my buys! The more I look at the site the more I want to get! There is loads of couple things, so I can not wait to dive into those and be less selfish about just buying things for me.
So no matter what you are looking for, personal, couple, same sex or a nice gag gift with party favors they are worth the look!
SO I have never had a problem bringing these kids anywhere to anything nothing. They love the pool, parks, stores and the library. Other then a few "Do we have to go?" "Why right now?" lines I have never had to deal with one of the 5 taking a full blown fit. Well, today it happened!
We dropped Laylay off at school hour in the library and the girls (Bean and Alora) went down stairs for music and book story time. Everything was going great! The girls were singing, dancing smiling just enjoying the whole thing (like last week.) All of a sudden Miss Alora-Sara decided that she wanted a drink. No you can not Alora-Sara we have 6 mins left. She ran away from me out the door. Ugh I was thinking. Got up, got her and brought her back with her laughing at me like I was a joke! I was so angry but I kept my cool. Second time she gets up and runs out. I get out there take her by the hand and BAMMMMMM...
Kicking, screaming, crying even spitting! I do NOT tolerate spitting! I was so angry, sad, upset, worried and embarrassed all at once!
I understand this happens on a daily basis with some parents, but this has never happened to me before? What do I do? I always ignored the families that had this problem because I feel like it is not my place to judge or as long as the child is safe worry. I still feel this way. However I am not to concealed in this snotty town. Purple hair, tattoos, fat and loud I am not "OK" here. So here I am with "that" kid. I stayed outside the room with her made her sit on the floor and wait for it to be over while she cried and kicked (Bean was still in there dancing away.) None of the children noticed this fit Alora was taking but bet your butt the other Moms did. Dirty looks, words and pointed fingers really got me angry. I was a big girl and just ignored. Bean came out and we headed upstairs to get Laylay who was still in class and Alora was still screaming.
I took all three girls walked out and put them in the car while listening to Bean and Laylay tell me their favorite part of library, all while Alora was screaming.
So did I do the right thing? Was I to harsh? Should the other Moms care? I believe I did do the right thing, I was not to harsh, and the other Moms should mind their perfect little business. Because I am sorry but your kids don't poop roses.