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Mama Deb [userpic]

Okay. I'm confused. How come the fact that I can't keep my kitchen clean means I shouldn't own a house, but I should adopt a child?

Does this make any sense at all?


You've seen my house... You've seen my kid... 'Nuff said. :-)

heh heh. If I hadn't met your kid and seen your house, I could have read that the absolute wrong way! Fortunately, your kid is a dear. And, hey! Your living room is CLEAN right now!

I figured it was clear from context, but you may be right. Yes, the living room is clean now (thanks, Harold!!!!), and we're trying really hard to keep it that way... but whether or not my house is clean should have no bearing on my ability to raise my child. Remember, "Merciless Discipline".

Oooh I like that phrase. Can I steal it?? Excellent summation. Of course, then you *still* have to deal with explaining the difference between discipline and punishment, the necessity for both, but the difference in levels of each... But it's still a great phrase! :D

Sure. Actually it was Harold who coined the phrase, but you're welcome to it.

This is true. And I was thinking about that. Of course, I'd be lucky to get a kid as great as Aaron.