Top 10 Things I DON’T Want My Kids To Tell Me

Top 10 Things I DON’T Want My Kids To Tell Me

by Gina Valley

Like all parents, I’m constantly asking my kids what’s going on and who did what to whom and who needs to be where & when and what that stain is.

Sometimes, it seems like my job is to know everything about everyone and everything at every moment.

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Top 10 Things I DON’T Want My Kids To Tell Me

#10.  I don’t want them to tell me why all of my son’s clothes, including underwear and socks, are still neatly folded and in the same stacks they were packed in when he returned from a week away at soccer camp.

#9.  I don’t want them to tell me how the dog ended up with bubble gum stuck to her rear end.

#8.  I do not want them to tell me why the chocolate covered almonds are no longer covered in chocolate.

#7.  I do not want them to tell me what is oozing out of the bottom of my son’s backpack.

#6.  I do not want them to tell me why my 2 youngest kids just ran into the bathroom, giggling, with the jar of Nutella.

#5.  I do not want them to tell me how long it’s been since my youngest knew where his tooth brush was.

#4.  I do not want them to tell me why my daughter’s shoe is filled with dog saliva.

#3.  I do not want them to tell me why the brand new soap I put in my kids’ bathroom a week ago when theirs ran out still hasn’t been opened.

#2.  I do not want them to tell me how much the container has swollen up because my son accidentally left a tub of yogurt on his desk for 2 weeks.

#1.  I do not want them to tell me, much less show me, how stiff PE clothes get when they have not gone home to be laundered for an entire semester.

I don’t want them to tell me.

Just five minutes. Please. I just want to sit here and finish my tea.

And, I do not want them to tell me.

Laugh Out Loud!

-gina

What do you not want to know? Anything oozing out of your kid’s backpacks? Shoot me a comment. I’m looking forward to hearing all about it.

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