Monday, March 4, 2013 10:55:35 PM
Thirty years from now. Nursing home selection. And when the old bag in the next bed steals your dentures, you won't get a dime, beech.
Now, when I fell asleep and had to come and kiss my babies first thing in the morning, and quickly palm the $$ under the pillow, I think God and Mother Nature forgave me. At least I never had to write any of the kids a check. I mean, just try cashing that one, kiddo.
Thursday, February 28, 2013 3:23:37 PM
It's very bad parenting to invoke a supernatural being as being the measure of your worth and the ever-prsent observer of your most intimate moments. But that`s just my opinion. When it comes to dental helth care in the youngsters this works for me.
Thursday, February 28, 2013 2:47:23 PM
whats wrong with this? kid wont clean his room and they decided to give him some incientive. as for the bodies in the bed he probably has his parents sleep with him/her sometimes. its not bad parenting. its not the way i would go about solving the problem, but its not bad parenting.
Thursday, February 28, 2013 1:31:27 PM
how unimaginative. When i wrote my son a letter of behalf of the tooth fairy after I caught him trying to put his tooth under the pillow for a second night for twice as much cash, I wrote a miniture letter the size of a stamp and made up a silly name for the fairy and used fancy lettering, by hand. I mean, does she think tooth fairies are 6 ft tall and can use the computer?