Oh, tricky, Augs I often do the midwestern thing and just don't hang out...
: But if she is your good friend, you might just approach her about how you could both/all work together to make a 'plan.' I've done that with my good gf if I notice something her kiddo is doing- 'cause chances are she knows it also and if I can find a way to make it positive it's okay.
It can be risky b/c I would never want to criticize anyone's parenting.... but if your kid is violent or mean we just might not hang out much.
Jen, funny on the shoes and thanks for explaining a little more to me about the clotting disorder. I hate thinking that we are all human and could go at anytime!! I prefer to think that mothers are invincible.
Ceci is going to do the little waldorf program 2 x per week... but I am leaning towards keeping her home with me until she's older.
I'm a wuss, I am not ready to deal with the public school system.
However, that plan will kind of hinge on me actually getting to stay home and ta-da, my husband just announced he hates his job and wants to do something different. I guess that's par for the course, we never like to do the same thing for too long. And with our home renovations, I will be keeping my job for at least another year.
Actually, I think that we could still homeschool with the way we are a three parent household. And I think Greg could possibly be the best teacher of all. If I get something going, when I go back to work full time, he can just take over.
I have not officially TTC, but my body has! Whoa, nelly.
SO, is everyone totally caught up in politics?!!! I AM--- and although I am loyal to my party, I think both presidential candidates and their running mates are intelligent people.
I find I have to be careful, though, because I get annoyed with people who are narrow minded, single minded, unwilling to see that there are two sides to each coin. KWIM?! We all have to live together.... and I can see other points of view, even if I disagree.