Thursday, March 12, 2009

Kids

Nothing my hubby does is good enough. Bio has convinced them that he doesn't care about them. Last week hubby sat and watched a movie with oldest. Sunday he brought her up to the firehouse and taught her how to back up the truck. She is not under our insurance yet so we won't take her on the road. Her comments - Dad does nothing with me at all. And he says I can't drive without insurance. She thinks this is something he made up. Then again bio would let her drive her car (if she had one) with no insurance. Rules are for other people to follow not her. I know oldest is a moody 16 year old pulled in two directions but still, I can't help thinking what an ungrateful bitch.

I went to youngest's parent teacher conference with hubby the other night. The teachers asked if I could teach a parent in-service. They both thanked me for the support and involvement. They see youngest making great strides and credit me with a lot of that. Boy, that felt really good.

5 comments:

annie kelleher said...

kids are frequently ungrateful to such an amazing degree it often astounds me. thanks for stopping by my blog and checking in :).

Martha said...

Oldest needs a reality check, sorry for the drama and heartache.
Ungrateful bi+ch sounds about right.
I'm so glad you got some well deserved acknowledgement of your efforts w/your youngest, Yeah!!!

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Kathy said...

I can't tell you how many times I think my children are ungrateful wretches. To a large extent, they grow out of it, if Robert is an example. He's pretty good about telling me he appreciates me. Of course, now he's a dad, and pay back is... well you know. ;)

Darcy said...

Teenage girls are totally ungrateful. Welcome to my world! They think the world revolves around them and them only. Enjoy the youngest while she's still precious....for soon...she too will become and ungrateful bitch. It's their nature.

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