Finding legitimate dress sizes for kids is a test each parent faces while shopping for children's clothing. This is on the grounds that there is no all-inclusive youngsters’ garments size guide that makers and retailers are required to follow, which means you can’t depend on consistency in estimating across brands. For occupied parents attempting to constantly furnish ever-developing kiddos, this can prompt disarray and dissatisfaction.
I will live to remember the day I introduced him to my father. We rehearsed for a whole week! We didn’t want to disappoint my father. It was going to be simple; I would introduce him to my father and all he would do was to say I was his girlfriend. That much seemed easy to us.
Carlita’s, my niec, birthday isn’t on February 7th. She wanted to go back to Las Vegas. We had planned to go. Stayce, my other niece and Carlita’s sister contacted the condo where she had a timeshare, and could not get the 7 th, but got the 9th thru the 13th. They are both daughters of Cherry.
I had strange things happen in my childhood, really odd memories - it seems to be an 80's thing. Maybe you had weirdness too?
It’s always unfortunate when you read about children and young people suffering severe or fatal injuries in an accident, especially one that could have been prevented. During the summertime it’s common to read about hot car deaths or children involved in drowning accidents. However, some of the most common accidents that young people suffer from, especially teenagers, are car accidents. According to research from The New England Journal of Medicine, motor vehicle crashes accounted for 20% of deaths among children ages 1 to 19 years old. The second most common cause of fatal injuries are accidents related to firearms, followed by unintentional poisoning. Some accidents cannot be avoided, but by enforcing safe driving rules and discussing the dangers of firearms and drugs, you could prevent a loved one from sustaining serious injuries.
Soooo…it’s been a bit of a tough shitty week lol. This lock down is getting a bit much …not for me, but for the kids…and then me…
My last normal weekend was March 6th through 8th. My son and I always have movie nights on Fridays. I am a single mother with three jobs, but always made sure I had Tuesdays and Fridays off specifically for my son. Tuesdays are discounted movie theatre ticket days. Cheap tickets, a bucket of popcorn and a large Coke to share was our night out. Fridays consisted of stopping at Wal-Mart to rummage through their $3 to $5 movie bins, then a stop the Dollar Tree for snacks, then home to watch the movie we just picked out and eat junk food for dinner. These were our nights in, and they were my favorite. You have to enjoy the little things right?
COVID-19 has provided me with the opportunity to reflect in my life to see where I am now, why I am where I am. Quarantine helps me to think about what I can do now to put myself in a better position. I reflect on why I do things the way I did, what was working and what was not working. While I reflect, I look at one of the largest life events that has changed my life forever. One of the biggest life events was my mother's death when I was aged 13. Just after I woke up on a Monday morning in Belize City, I showered and did my everyday routine and got ready for school. I brushed my teeth, ironed my uniform, and then dressed while my brother took a shower as well.