Don’t say anything about my kids

Yesterday after Gavin and Elliott got their flu shots,  I took them to McDonalds for lunch and to play on the indoor playground. 

When it was time to play on the playground,  I will admit being nervous because I wasn’t sure how it would go with all the other kids. There were a lot of other kids playing.

These kids were completely out of control. Knocking tables and drinks over,  all while their parents ignored the behavior and the damage they were doing.

As it turned out,  my boys were perfect angles compared to the other kids. 

So with that said, I would like to make a general statement.  Before you go judging my kids take a look at your own first 🙂

– Lost and Tired

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Rob Gorski

Full time, work from home single Dad to my 3 amazing boys. Oh...and creator fo this blog. :-)
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Ann Marie Hake Hughes

Some days, I swear, I feel like yelling at parents, "If my son can behave, ANY kid can!"


It makes me crazy! I see kids that are unsupervised all the time. Yesterday I saw a mom walk across the parking lot & she barely looked back to see if her young child was following her! Seriously, what is wrong with people.
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