How do we justify getting on to our youngins for doing things we do everyday?! And how does that make them better people in the long run?
I always swore as a child I would never say "because I said so!!". Welp, it's getting a little warm in here because my pants are on fire. I use that phrase often. Too often. Sometimes you don't want to have to explain the importance of washing your whole ass and not just one cheek. It's just what we do, kids! While I do wash my ass in it's entirety... I am guilty of not doing some of the things that I harp on my children to do daily, and that can't be a good look. I say "Mase! How many times must I tell you to pick up your clothes after the shower?!" (Exhibit A pictured above 👆👆👆). Meanwhile, my bedroom resembles a hostel in Amsterdam during summer abroad.
This whole "I'm a parent so I am exempt" thing is another area that I need to work on. If I'm going to act like Orphan Annie's house mother then I should probably get my shit together and put away my toothbrush every now and again. I'll put it on my mile long to do list (at the bottom for sure). Keep Hubbs and the little people happy. Run Household. Run company. Quit being a big fat hypocrite and order broccoli instead of fries with MY food once in a while!! #coffeethoughts (Ha! As if I have time for those 🤣) #nobodylikesmisshannigan