A2 draws on the wall.
That wall was already ruined 5 years ago when A1 drew all over it. They can draw all they want I’ll have them paint my house when they become teenagers.
“How do you not freak out?” many ask.
Freak out? Yell? Get angry? Cry?
The world will give you real reasons for all that, but your child taking a crayon and drawing on the wall is not a reason to lose yourself.
Children will learn to read and write in school, the only thing you can ever really teach them is self-control.
If I flip out because they drew on the walls, covered the furniture in stickers or ruined the wood floors by riding tricycles in the house then how will I keep my cool when my daughter is trying to sneak in at 6 am in about 15 years or even worse, when she tells me she is pregnant before being married.
When I told my father I was pregnant before being married, he said: “Blessed art thou among women” and then he said “ I need a nap”
And blessed I was…
One response to “re-lax”
I’ve found the way to keep calm when my girls draw on the wall or floor is to only keep WASHABLE crayons and markers in the house. Best. Invention. Ever. 🙂