Teaching our kids how to do stuff is our job as parents. It can be difficult. Drinking our own urine can seem preferable at times.
One of the hardest parts of teaching kids anything is watching them do it wrong. Over and over and over and over. Some parent’s cannot even do it; they swoop in and snatch up whatever was upside down, wrong-side around, about to break or about to be inserted into a nostril.
One good way to go about teaching your kids may be to imagine YOU are the kid you’re trying to teach. Let’s pretend you’re back in school. Go with me on this. Now, if your school friend leaned over and asked you privately (behind their hand so as not to raise suspicion), “Does your teacher suck?” What would you say? (Remember, you’re actually the teacher in this case, pretending to be a school kid, because you’re reading something an insane person wrote on a website.)
They’re not for actually learning how to do anything, so you can’t fail!
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