- When your child is sick, don't ask me to babysit, don't set up a playdate, and don't bring them to McD's so they can sneeze all over my food from the next booth over. Do your best to keep germs to yourself.
- It's not funny to hear a 3 year old cuss. It's pretty sad, even sadder when a parent sits there and laughs about it. Teach your kid that there are certain words we just don't say, and stop using those words in front of them.
- Babies who are barely eating solid food should not be allowed to drink your Dew or taste your coffee. Caffeine and babies are not a good combination.
- Clothes are meant to cover your body, not squeeze so tight I can see ever nook and cranny of your rolls. Buy a size that fits, and take full advantage of that thing called a mirror.
- Letting your kids watch scary shows is not the brightest idea ever. Things like Sasquatch and killer fish are scary. The nightmares that follow will be payback.
- And finally, don't eat yellow snow. Common sense, right?
Friday, May 15, 2009
Small Talk Six: Come on People
Over at MomDot, today's Small Talk Six is all about advice. It seems that we give it and get it every day. But, they want to know: What are 6 pieces of advice that you think are obvious, but some people just need to hear?