Cliche stereotypes are annoying, but sometimes they’re true and we just need to accept that. Here are 6 that totally fit the bill. For me at least.
Dear third child, I love you so much. But you are so difficult right now, that I often don’t like you when you are in this phase. And that breaks my heart.
Keep this helpless little thing alive while teetering on the brink of death and insanity due to lack of sleep. Good luck and godspeed!
Guess what? Boys cry. Boys are emotional. Boys hurt. None of this makes them any less of a boy, and in fact, should be embraced as they develop into men.
She thought she was fulfilling her daughter’s wish for a mermaid baby. Instead, she became a player in a drug smuggling case.
Thanks for the memories, but we sure won’t miss you. See you next year when we get together and do it all again!
Now that I’m a mom, I know what Shel Silverstein’s The Giving Tree is really about — how kids take everything from us, leaving us to be decrepit stumps.
She hates water, sleeps all day and then wakes up ready to claw my eyes out for food, and loves dangly things. My newborn really is like a cat.