Thursday, July 28, 2011
A friend of mine noted today that she got off The Facebooks for awhile because it was making her angry at people. Isn't that the truth? If you spend a lot of time on The Facebooks then you know what she means.
A few days ago, a friend of mine posted, "Don't tell me the sky is the limit when there are foot prints on the moon." And it took everything in me not to write, "But why shoot for the moon when you can reach for the stars?" Because I'm a smart alec. This story really has nothing to do with anything.
Yesterday, a facebook friend posted that her one year old daughter was showing signs of being ready to potty train and was it too early? She had bought her a potty chair and should they start using it? She got no less than 27 comments almost ALL from people with kids between the ages of 1 and 18 months saying things like, "So-and-so told me that their kid did it that early and it was a breeze! I think it will be pretty easy when we're ready!" and "I've heard that most kids just take right to it!" and "I know Little Baby is only 17 months but he seems ready to we're going for it this weekend!"
If you've ever potty trained a kid, you are laughing out loud right now, no doubt.
I wanted to comment, "ALL OF YOU ARE STUPID STUPID PEOPLE! PLEASE SHUT UP TILL YOUR KID HAS ACTUALLY MASTERED CRAPPING IN THE TOILET. THE END."
(sorry for the language Grandma.)
But I guess it's like everything else in parenting. You're an expert till you go through it. Maybe I should have told them my potty training horror stories?