Tag Archives: teenage daughters

Here’s the real debate.

You remember that great Seinfeld episode where they go to visit that couple that just had a baby? And the baby was kind of, well, hideous? Funny episode. But it made me remember when I first had kids. I prefer … Continue reading

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Wow, that was some nap!

Okay, I know this will sound like a kid’s excuse for forgetting his homework, but I just forgot to blog. For four months! Yes, I’ve been busy, but I should have taken the time to blog. Not for you, for … Continue reading

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Ahhhhhhhhh I Don’t Want to Hear It!!

My daughter is away at college for the first time, and we’re stuck with our 13-year-old pain, I mean son. Okay, you’re caught up. Here’s more grist for the mill (I’ve got to start looking up these sayings to see … Continue reading

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I Want My Baby Back, Baby Back, Baby Back, Baby Back…

No, I’m not trying to revive that great Chili’s commercial, although it was catchy. I think ‘N Sync sang it. And now I’m craving their baby back, baby back ribs. Wait. What was my point? Oh yeah. MY DAUGHTER IS … Continue reading

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It’s Summer Break. Yay! One Question: Where’s the Break?!

It’s June 28th. School has been done for my kids for well over a week and everything that I dreaded in advance has come to pass. And then some. During the school year there is a balance. My kids are … Continue reading

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I Don’t Know How This is Possible…

…But my daughter is graduating high school this week. And so naturally I have a multitude of feelings. The biggest one, of course, being annoyance of relatives visiting. I don’t want to name names, but they know who they are. And … Continue reading

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Everything Is Different. Everything Is the Same.

It was my daughter’s Senior prom the other night. She looked beautiful (like always), she acted beautifully (like never), and it got me thinking (also rare) about how much things have changed since I was a teenager. We didn’t have … Continue reading

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