Parenting Tip # 42 Crayons + Kids + Lack of Supervision Does Not = Success

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Certain activities children might perform in the day might need supervision. At least that is what I am learning from this experience. As mommy is completely enraged after coming home from a long day of work and is now using Mr. Cleans Magic Eraser on the whole house. Calling daddy endearing words that express her love like “moron, lazy, and dipshit.” Then completely freaking out and yelling at the top of her lungs “Did you not see them drawing on the wall. Are you a complete moron?” But what mommy doesn’t know is daddy believes in supporting the arts and paper is an overrated medium. I was fully aware they were drawing all over the walls and kind of liked their artwork in a Pablo Picasso surrealistic way. I was hoping mommy would come home and cherish their artwork as much as daddy. That’s because daddy believes in allowing his children to express themselves and if that means our home is their canvas then have at it. Besides I knew I wasn’t gonna clean that mess.

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6 responses to “Parenting Tip # 42 Crayons + Kids + Lack of Supervision Does Not = Success

  1. LVISS

    THERE LIES THE CATCH. DADDY IS NOT GOING TO CLEAN IT. CONTINUE THE MORONIC ACT.

  2. neversaydie352

    Please support the arts. There are too many business majors graduating each year. We need losers with useless MFAs and Humanities degrees to thin out the competition.

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  4. Anja

    Daddy wasn’t going to clean it. *sniggers*

  5. Written like a true Father! Daddy wasn’t going to clean it. 🙂

  6. Heck, sounds like good advice to me. However, I prefer to allow my kids to express themselves on the neghbors’ homes (their houses are bigger).

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