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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Boo MFer!, Apr 9, 2015.
This is a great Twitter thread...
Power moves only.
Did this with my Biden bucks. I have no real use for it, but at least I can keep my fridge running if the power goes out for an extended period. (I don’t live in Texas and it hasn’t happened to me in 20 years in Georgia yet.)
MOW-ZOU is outstanding
I told my kid all I want to hear today is complaints and whining. Since all he does is the opposite of what is asked I’m expecting a quiet calm day.
Mine decided 5 am was wake up time to just snuggle and sleep on me until 630. Been going 100 ever since and first day he’s been himself since Thursday. Mom gets home in a couple hours thankfully.
Both kids and my wife are sick. Had to run out for soup, Gatorade, popsicles, and Pedialyte. Have to work later this afternoon. They're all sleeping now. Trying to decide between a bike ride or lay on the couch to enjoy the quiet
Bike ride imo. Laying on the couch is a waste because you’ll just be waiting for the quiet to end.
saw this from a local journalist lmao
This is what I did. Rode 10 miles and stopped at a cookie shop on the way back. Got myself a delicious cookie sandwich
My Father’s day gift was my 3 year old severely burning her thumb on my wife’s hair straightener an hour before we were supposed to leave for the D-Backs game this afternoon.
My wife is coming home from an out of town wedding...my 3 yr old daughter has for some reason now vomited twice in the last 90 minutes. The last one was all over the couch and herself as she woke from a nap. I told my wife I'm going out for drinks and Mexican by myself when she gets home and she wasn't about to push back on that.
I crushed a 4-pack of King Sue DIPA and am now going to go relax or drown in the pool. All worth it though for this little man!
This is how he napped today.
I'm celebrating Father's Day by having a back spasm from doing a mundane task.
And now I have a positive test. What an awesome Father’s Day!
Don’t you have the countertop height kid?
these boys are getting too big too fast
Yep, that is me. His 2nd birthday is about a week away!
I have the same style mower and I now regret not doing this already.
All the dads warmed up the boys playing catch before the semifinal today. Was a pretty awesome moment. We don’t play catch nearly as much as we should anymore. Absolutely made my day
I should buy my daughters gloves and play catch. What a great idea
Playing Thomas trains with my 3-year-old son and it’s like he has no idea how to safely operate a multi-line railway system smh
Take it to the failure of a father thread
I’d make massive layouts at my grandparents house as a kid. Really hoping my kid does the same in a few years.
The one thing my 5 year old son is absolutely passionate about is building shit. Legos, bristle blocks, trains, magnatiles, etc. He is constantly creating cars, houses, planes, etc. It's really fun watching his little hands work.
oldest turned 9 today and turned in a proud dad moment by standing up to a group of older kids trying to pull the "hey, we want what you're doing, get out of here" move.
She basically told them no, what are you going to do about it etc. They pushed her around and they wound up getting in trouble.
Now I want to put her in MMA classes or something so she can fuck shit heads like that up. She's a bit of a loner, so I kinda worry about when she's older.
little Butch is 4 months. We’ve already talked about getting her in some self defense classes, lol. Thinking karate. Her great grandpa is like a karate HOF.
My 4 yo does jui jitsu and it's awesome. The actual activity is great plus the coach is no nonsense with kids acting up. If more than 1-2 kids act up consistently the whole class doesn't get treats at the end.
My kids do karate and it’s awesome for them (but not my checkbook). I’m hoping to transition them into jiujitsu within the next year or two because karate is essentially choreography for boys and teaches very little functional defense/offense.
My kids will still get the breaks beat off em if they try to employ some karate techniques during a conflict.
I’m imagining five year olds in traditional Muy Thai regalia and it’s quite funny
We did several weeks of a karate day camp last summer after hearing it highly recommend by a friend and hearing all kinds of buzz around town about this new karate place.
I left feeling like it was more like his pre-school daycare than anything to do with karate
This summer they upped their prices and came on way too hard calling and texting me try to get us to sign up for the whole summer at once, telling me they are almost sold out, etc
Told them good for them, I'm supporting these other camps who are competitive in their pricing because they obviously need the buisness
Going to Busch Gardens by myself soon to ride roller coasters. Son keeps messing with me saying I can’t, it’s closed, etc. then tonight he says
“When you go don’t forget to get dead!” So I’m probably dying on a roller coaster soon. Sick!
Im going to do that one day this summer. Leave as if Im going to work and then go to BG by myself so I can finally ride some coasters.
My biggest reason for wanting to get the family annual passes to SeaWorld/Aquatica is so I can go ride water slides by myself.
Daughter (about to be 2) recently changed classes/teachers at daycare and is absolutely miserable. Making for some tough days around here. I typically drop her off, but mom had to this morning. And man oh man the waterworks from both of them. This is the first time dealing with this as she’s always loved going. Feeling helpless.
This is pretty standard and likely going to pass in a month or so. Guessing the teacher change precipitated it, 18-24 months is kind of when you start often seeing separation anxiety related to daycare.
Appreciate that info, and I think you’re right about the teacher change sparking it. I keep trying to tell myself that, but man it’s tough since this is the first time she’s really shown that at all. And trying to tell my wife that’s what is going on has resulted in me being the worst human on the face of the earth. So I got that going for me, which is nice…
We were fortunate to have no have to send our son to daycare as he stayed home with my wife/grandparents so when it was time for pre-school it was rough the first month. I had to drop him off because he wouldnt have left my wife if she did it. Even with me it was hit and miss and some days he wouldnt let go and it broke my heart to leave but knew he would be fine after a few minutes. They end up getting over it but it doesn't make it less easy. Definitely a few times I teared up driving away knowing he was still upset when I left.
Just wait till he can't wait to get away
I drop my kids at daycare every morning and sometimes they're screaming crying and clutching on to me for dear life and I just dip on out of there.
probably the most heartless thing I do, but daddy has to go to work if you want him to keep buying all those toys.
I know, not looking forward to it.
Mine still has separation issues after going to his new class. (12 months) If he’s throwing a fit it’s always “miss Courtney is right here we know she’s your favorite” just walking him into class in the mornings his head is on a swivel looking for her.