Joy and merriment drip down into my teeth as I scroll past your pathetic #happyfallyall pics.
Typically, Mid-October means moms around the country are gearing up for a season of Pinterest-inspired holiday parties at school. But it’s 2020, and fun has been cancelled.
Enjoy this time while it lasts, considering that the next few holidays are all about family togetherness, and there’s truly nothing more bone-chilling or spine-tingling than that!
And never forget the festive glory of stealing candy from your kids. It’s the one tradition we can keep, after all!
You can both give thanks and be the dark lord of terror causing untold trauma and everlasting nightmares to the ones you claim to love.
Teenagers occupy a strange in-between world. They are no longer children, but they are not yet adults. They are quick to abandon “babylike” things, then almost as quick to regret that they have done so. It is during the teen years that many of us start to wonder why we ever wished so hard to […]
I feel bad for my kids. I do. They’ll never know the intimacy of having a childhood birthday party wherein their parents don’t rent out an entire amusement park and invite anyone they’ve ever come in contact with in their entire lives or the simplicity of Mom not sending them to their school holiday parties […]