Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Parenting Tip #297

Driving home with a migraine pumping itself up for a hostile takeover? Kids laughing and playing in the back seat starting to feel like a jack hammer in your head?

Step 1: Solicity sympathy and cooperation. "Please, be quiet. Mommy has a headache and I'm beginning to feel like I'm going to throw up."

Step 2: If your darling bundles of joy are still unable to control their happy little outbursts, a verbal warning is necessary. "You are being loud and that makes me feel like I'm going to throw up. And, if I have to throw up in this car, I'm going to throw up in the lap of the loudest person."

Step 3: Check for comprehension. "Got it???"

Happy parenting!


  1. HAHA! My girls are going to love this and will probably use it on their own children!

  2. LMAO! I hope you feel better. *hugs*


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