Silly Kids

Imagine you have 2 children, they are 13 & 8, they like to argue…with each other. You often wonder if you get through to them at all.

Say on Valentines Day you go shopping with your mom…for 7 hours….let’s just say you leave the kids home….with your hubby (insert evil laugh here).

What if they actually get along for a few hours while you’re gone, they secretly work TOGETHER!!! to make something for you and hubby while hubby is on the computer. Say you come home and give everyone the valentines treats you got them and your children hand you a card!

You look at the cute card front they made, Goofy kids :)
 
 
 
You open it up and find two heart loollies, Yum!
(It’s a good sign the plastic is still on them :)
The sticker Mom & Dad they made are adorable!
Oh Ya! Mom & Dad Rock! Woohoo!
 
 
Then you read what your eight year old daughter has written:

“Thank you for all you done.
Have a very very very very
Good, + Awsome Valentines day!
Love you very much!”

AWWWWWW How sweet :)

On to your thirteen year old’s musings, this should be good.
He usually has something weird to say:


“To my loving and careing parents. I thank you for all you have done to keep me safe. Not that many parents do that and I am grateful for your support…”Even know I don’t do anything”. Let’s stay on topic, oh, oh, yeah, I Thank you very much and hope you have a good valentines day. Your loving son, +++”

WHAT! Is this from the same boy who just farted on the cat?
You think you might cry!
Did aliens come and abduct the kids while you were on a 7 hour grocery shopping spree???

And then you turn the card over and realize,
“Yes these are my children, and I’m so lucky to have them :)”

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Henrietta Newman is a tech loving, video game playing, pr friendly single mom / gramma blogger who talks about life with a teen daughter, an adult son, a toddler granddaughter and all that it entails. Subscribe to A Hen’s Nest for giveaways, delicious family recipes, reviews and more!

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