One Liner Wednesday – #LinerWeds –

“I could kill for those leftover Easter eggs… No, I can’t… I need to lose weight!”

Ritu (After every Easter)
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For Linda’s #1LinerWeds challenge

One Liner Wednesday – #1LinerWeds – Parenting 101

“If I have to say your name/it again…?”

Ritu and every other parent out there!

Okay, so this isn’t going to be a simple one-liner… is it ever with me?

You read the above.

I’m currently considering the overused line above, that I definitely uttered today, at least three times, in the same situation!

What is it with kids not listening?

And why do I utter these empty threats?

I should really learn.

Saying anything to children of a certain age will gain you nothing.

(Unless you’re promising lots of sweet/TV time [the little uns] or V-Bucks for Fortnite and unlimited access to mobiles [older kids], then they listent o anything you want.)

Yet I still have these battles of wills with my kids, and sometimes my pupils at school.

Am I expecting too much?

Should a child jump as soon as we tell them to do something?

Or is it fine for them to drag their heels, dawdle for as long as they want, then stomp around in a huff when they are late for school?

I mean this morning, I used that quote/phrase to the demon teen Lil Man at least six thousand times, to get him out of bed…

And tonight, I had to repeat myself about the same to tween trouble, Lil Princess just to get her to put her shoes on so we could go home from my in-laws’ place…

And they didn’t rush/hurry/listen.

Yet I am still here, back home, in one piece. Nothing major happened to anyone because we were a few moments later than usual.

But, the point is, shouldn’t they be listening to me/us the first time?

I mentioned empty threats before, because they are.

I admit I tell them I will take phones/internet access away. Or that I will cancel a meet up with their friends.

Yet I don’t actually see it through… the fall out after something like that is just too big for me to deal with after a day at work!

And when they meet their friends, it’s a chance for me to catch up with the mums too, which I don’t get to do often enough!

It’s just easier to nag at them a little longer, endure the stomping and keep on going because the mood they’re in means they will disappear into their bedrooms for an hour after we get home, and I get peace before my sweet(er) children resurface!

So, yeah… that was my one liner!

Written for Linda’s #1LinerWeds prompt.

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One Liner Wednesday – #1linerweds – Never Give Up

“Giving up is not an option when this world keeps turning, regardless.”

Ritu
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For Linda G Hill’s #1LinderWeds challenge

One Liner Wednesday – #1LinerWeds

“Maybe the driver (pilot) was drunk!”

Lil Princess

A little explanation…

Driving to school yesterday morning, Lil Princess and I saw something rather strange in the sky…

After having viewed Venus next to a beautiful crescent moon, we viewed this…

The scary thing was this was an airplane mark going down the sky, rather wonky, and it was still going down… I even checked the news for any airplane issues in Kent, but nothing… still, it looks freaky, doesn’t it?

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For Linda’s #1LinerWeds.

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