In every part and corner of our life, to lose oneself is to be a gainer, to forget oneself is to be happy. ☮

 

I can’t think straight anymore because stress has consumed my soul.

Lol I’m not sure he understands knock-knock jokes yet

#fbf when I photoshopped lol

#fbf when I photoshopped lol

#fbf I miss these doggies so much 😢😩

#fbf I miss these doggies so much 😢😩

I’m going to be completely honest here

I HATE KIDS.
I hate them.
Let me be more specific,
I hate other peoples’ kids.
And to be even more specific,
I hate other peoples’ kids who are spoiled little fucking brats.

That is why I only baby sit the kids I know who AREN’T little spoiled brats. If I haven’t ever met or hung out with your kid(s), disregard this, cause I don’t know your kid well enough to determine if they are spoiled brats or not.
My kid? He’s spoiled by his grandparents. A little too much, in my opinion, but sometimes, that’s ok. I don’t spoil my kid a whole lot, and it’s not because I can’t, it’s because I want him to grow up and work for something. I want him to know that there are other kids/teenagers/adults out there who are less fortunate than he is, and he needs to respect what he has and what he gets, and he needs to work for it. Work pays off in the end. That is a lesson I want him to learn. You can’t give your child everything on a silver platter and expect him to be this amazing hard working man by the age of 18. That’s not how it works. I don’t expect to get any positive feedback on this, I’m sure I just pissed a lot of people off. But this is my honest opinion as a parent about raising a child. Do you really think your kid is going to get any lesson about working hard in life when you tell him that everything is his? That’s why some kids think that every toy on the playground is theirs and no other kid should be playing with it; that’s why some kids are greedy and why some kids are bullies. I don’t care about your opinion on the ‘sharing rule’, I taught my son to share as to be courteous to other children cause you never know, maybe that kid has never played with a toy, YOU NEVER KNOW. And when you teach a kid to assume the other kid HAS played with a toy before, then you teach him to assume A LOT of other things in life. Teach him to gather facts before he goes about thinking that he’s obligated to have that toy and no one else can have it. All I’m saying is, can you stop handing your child everything they desire just because you don’t want them to cry or make a scene in public? C’mon, stop being lazy parents, and actually do some parenting.