My inconsequential parenting annoyances

What are inconsequential parenting annoyances?  you ask…Well as parents we have very real worries, real serious life or death struggles. Then there are things we get annoyed by that in the bigger picture is pretty laughable…I thought I’d share my parenting annoyances in the hopes that you will then share yours and I will seem less insane.

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When your preschooler feels rejected…

Rejection in preschooler friendship circles… how is this even a thing? Also how does one handle it.

When your child is young O f’s are given, no filters are installed and they tend to say and do the most cringe-worthy things, like ask you inappropriate questions within earshot of the people they are asking questions about or outright refuse to reply to people who are speaking to them.


But what happens when your child is on the other side of this, what happens when he/she ends up on the rejected list. How do you handle this?

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Laughing at my three-year-old and beating him at games


Is three too young for tough love? Honestly I’m not sure BUT I do use my own version of tough love on Aidan, and so far so good.

Aidan is a smart little bugger. He understands much more than I expected of a three-year-old. An old soul I think.But at the end of the day he is still a “baby” everything is still so new to him and I figure its up to me to teach him that actually, sorry to say, the world doesn’t revolve around him.

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Attempting to not raise a bigot

BIGOT:  a person who is obstinately or intolerantly devoted to his or her own opinions and prejudices; especially : one who regards or treats the members of a group (as a racial or ethnic group) with hatred and intolerance.

With the rise of internet trolls I have found myself increasingly aware of the bigotry and racism in the country.

Goodness people who raised you!

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