כותרות TheMarker >
    cafe is going down
    ';

    hidden truths of parentin

    הומור על הורות, על ילדים ועל מה שקורה בינהם. כתוב באנגלית כי הוא לקוח מהאתר שלי באנגלית http://www.hiddentruhsofparenting.com

    תכנים אחרונים

    1 תגובות   יום שלישי, 27/9/11, 11:50

    Hidden truths of parenting #275: Much like the situation in the Middle East, when your kids fight there is no way to tell who started.

     

    Hidden truths of parenting #276: Always postpone discussing birthday plans with your kids or you will spend months talking about cake shapes and party themes. A few days after the party will do.  

     

    Hidden truths of parenting #277: Something should be done about the fact you have to hold yourself to the standards you teach your kids. At least while they’re awake.

     

    Hidden truths of parenting #278: Before promising your kids any outdoor activity, make sure there is a thunderstorm coming (attrib. Michael Schmidt)

     

    Hidden truths of parenting #279: Imagination is hard to fight, coupled with the confidence you worked so hard to instill in the fruit of your loin this means you will have to accept the existence of jet powered monster trucks. 

     

    Hidden truths of parenting #280: God damn it. My kids grew some backbone.  

     

    Hidden truths of parenting #281: It’s amazing how early kids begin dismissing you with “fine” when you ask about their day.

     

    Hidden truths of parenting #282: Planning a 3-year-old’s birthday is as bad as planning a wedding, minus the sitting arrangements but with added stress over cake.

     

    Hidden truths of parenting #283: How is “go to your room” a form of punishment? I would kill for someone to send me to mine.

     

    Hidden truths of parenting #284: Kids enjoy sharing their gossip, but there is only so much you can believe happened to one teddy bear.

     

    Hidden truths of parenting #285: There is something seriously wrong with the fact that I have to wade through toys to get to the bath. 

    The Hidden Truths of Parenting

    funny parenting jokes

    parenting humor

    Jokes about kids

    דרג את התוכן:
      0 תגובות   יום רביעי, 31/8/11, 19:01

       

      Hidden truths of parenting #266: No matter where you go with your kids, you will always leave twice.

       

      Hidden truths of parenting #267: Holding a kid with stomach flu is a true test of your love, and your speed.

       

      Hidden truths of parenting #268: Children find toilet paper to be both edible and decorative.

       

       ''

       

       

      Hidden truths of parenting #269: Kids climb up trees like monkeys, climbing down however is all too human and involves mostly begging and crying. 

       

      Hidden truths of parenting #270: A loose stool means a lost day.

       

      Hidden truths of parenting #271: Children love mud about as much as you hate it. But their love is pure. 

       

      Hidden truths of parenting #272: Children seem to hit each other at random, just to check if everything still works.

       

      Hidden truths of parenting #273: Band-aids are like alcohol for children, they seem to solve everything, even if only for a while.  

       

      Hidden truths of parenting #274: Your kids serve as an excellent remainder of how annoying you can be.

       

      Hidden truths of parenting #275: Much like the situation in the Middle East, when your kids fight there

      is no way to tell who started. 

       

       

      The Hidden Truths of Parenting

      funny parenting jokes

      parenting humor

      parents Jokes

      דרג את התוכן:
        0 תגובות   יום שישי , 15/7/11, 23:47

        Hidden truths of parenting #256: Kids’ curiosity is a real trial for you bullshitting skills.

         

        Hidden truths of parenting #257: A play-date is a war between your desire to show a presentable house and your kids need to display all their toys. You’ll lose.

         

        Hidden truths of parenting #258: Surprisingly, you actually have to teach your kid not to hold the sides of a urinal.

         

        Hidden truths of parenting #259: Some family photos are taken out of spite – snapped for the sole propose of embarrassing your kids with when they grow up.

         

        Hidden truths of parenting #260: Children master the complexities and subtleties of language with amazing ease. And yet are very slow to let go of guttural primal screaming.

         

        Hidden truths of parenting #261: Exhausted kids prefer whining over sleep, leaving you no option but to join the former.  

         

        Hidden truths of parenting #262: Since boys don’t like pink, my little girl decided she needs a color to dislike too – I think we’ll go with mauve. Im not sure what it is, and I have a couple of years before she finds out.

         

        Hidden truths of parenting #263: Education means being nasty to your kids now, in the vague hope they won’t be nasty to you later.

         

        Hidden truths of parenting #264: Smartphones are only as smart as their users, which, if you’re not careful, is likely to be 4 years old.

         

        Hidden truths of parenting #265: kids love having guests over. It’s always good to have someone new to fight with. 

        The Hidden Truths of Parenting

        funny parenting jokes

        parenting humor

        parents Jokes

        דרג את התוכן:
          0 תגובות   יום שלישי, 31/5/11, 18:40

          Hidden truths of parenting #236: Dry wit is lost on children; they just drool all over it.

           

          Hidden truths of parenting #237: Watching sports with my kids is like watching it with my wife – both are primarily concerned about who’s wearing what.

           

          Hidden truths of parenting #238: Playing ball with your kid may mislead you into believing you are good at sports. Wait for other kids to join for a quick reality check.

           

          Hidden truths of parenting #239: Running a fever may get you off work, but nothing gets you off play time.

           

          Hidden truths of parenting #240: Horror awaits those who seek to understand their kids’ gibberish words. Horror, and some novel ways of saying poo.

           

          Hidden truths of parenting #241: They say “the Devil will find work for idle hands to do”. He does busy hands too, and they carry much more dirt.

           

          Hidden truths of parenting #242: It’s really hard not laughing at your kid when you teach him how to hit with his fist.

           

          Hidden truths of parenting #243: The key to solving the world’s energy problems lies in harnessing the power of kids getting out of bed come bedtime.

           

          Hidden truths of parenting #244: No kid is cute after 10pm.

           

          Hidden truths of parenting #245: You can inflict you children on strangers, but they may retaliate with their own.  

          The Hidden Truths of Parenting

          Parenting truth

          parenting humor

          parents fun

          דרג את התוכן:

            פרופיל

            oohhoo
            1. שלח הודעה
            2. אוף ליין
            3. אוף ליין

            ארכיון

            פיד RSS