So80s Presents Culture Club By Blank & on this page. Throwing a birthday party is freaking exhausting. Forget playing a simple game of 'pin the peg leg on the pirate' at my kid's 6th birthday. Autodata Crack Dongle. Thanks to Pinterest, I know he won't have a happy birthday unless I decorate 10 large cardboard boxes to look like 18th century pirate ships and stage a treasure hunt spanning the entire neighborhood. Each game station must be marked with cardstock printables in coordinating colors and an authentic-looking seaworthy font.
For refreshments, I'd better be using tiered cupcake stands to display the fresh fruit kabobs I've speared with 100 toothpick-sized skull-and-crossbones flags I made myself, right beside the watermelon I've cut up to look like a shark. If I don't, what will the other 6-year-olds at the party think?
Don't even get me started on the props for the pirate photo booth. You have to throw a party to tell me if you're having a boy or a girl.
In simpler times, you could call up your BFF from the OB's office after your ultrasound and tell her the gender of your baby. But what you really need is a gender reveal extravaganza complete with pick and blue refreshments and team games to guess the sex of the baby-to-be. People can only learn the gender when you release a giant box of pink or blue balloons that float up to heaven and later deflate to choke a baby seal. Let's just hope the ultrasound tech was accurate. All our parenting advice comes packaged in numbered lists.
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And it's accompanied by a pinnable cover image (like the one above! I have a disease.) Just click the stock photo of the happy child, or the grumpy child, or the sleeping child on a clean white background and you'll find THE most important piece of parenting advice you'll ever get. Can you really live without knowing the 10 things you should never say to your children, the 8 ways to get your kids to listen or the 14 lessons every mother should teach her daughter? I don't think so. Halloween costumes are serious business. When I was a kid, I dressed up as a hobo for three consecutive years.
Fingerless gloves, dad's oldest flannel shirt and some dirt smudges on my face and I was a respectable (if not altogether politically correct) bum. At the time, I don't think I appreciated how much work this saved my lucky pre-Pinterest parents. Yes, I'll often make or buy some elements of my kids' Halloween costumes, but my favorite years are the ones when they take something out of the dress-up box and be that. Sorry, Pinterest, I love my son, but I don't have the time to fashion an elaborate scuba diver costume out of duct tape hooked up to fake oxygen tanks which are really silver spray-painted two-liter bottles.
He can just be a hobo. Complete parenting hack overload. I'm drowning in an ocean of parenting hacks so vast that I will never be able to claw my way out to do something terribly ordinary, like make my kids grilled cheese. I get so stressed out by the 'parenting hack' deluge that hits me every time I log onto Pinterest!
What if I don't want to glue magnets on plastics cups to put on the fridge for my kids' drinks? Or cut stickers in half to put inside each pair of their shoes to tell left from right?