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I do believe you’ve hit on it. She is looking for attention.
LOL! I clicked on the video, and the puppy started barking.
Well, we know the kid in the commercial grew up to be Josephine the Plumber. What will Shannon choose to be?
I think both are correct: She is incredibly imaginative, and someone needs to help her rein in her enthusiasm. She desperately needs boundaries.
Sadly, today’s current culture doesn’t focus on the home as the center of family life.
It’s not a one-size-fits-all world, but I can cite myriad families where both parent worked outside the home, and it was disastrous for the children.
My German is a tad rusty, but after checking my worterbuch, I found that the word is more broadly used in German than in English, but yeah, took me a second, once I read your post.
I learned about it when my then-3-year-old son decided to “taste” a penny.
He was okay, but that’s because I was a really attentive (read: super hovering) first time mama.
One x-ray later, we found that he didn’t swallow it after all. Whew!
You have no idea what sort of life I live.
Of course I know there are food banks. I donate and volunteer at one.
This is a comic, you silly twit.
How cool is that?
I don’t see myself heading up to Dearborn any time soon, but that is an interesting factoid.
Are the sammiches any good?
I’m sure Marmaduke is fascinating today. Or Garfield. Family Circus…
Where are people lining up for groceries?
Why don’t you take your woke self to those fantasy food lines and start handing out sammiches?