What can I say. It’s not Wednesday, and I’m really not that big on alliteration, anyway.
And, technically, this post is not wordless. Literally not wordless.
There’s a new regime in our house putting up little signs with new rules. A kindergartner’s Hammurabi’s code of law, if you will. And to some, these might even read like cuneiform.
The first sign to appear:
NO TALKING. Really, what is it with these parents who try to converse with their much cooler 5-year-old offspring? And they ask the lamest questions, like would you like chicken or pasta tonight. Duh, obviously the answer is always nigiri tuna sushi.
NO IPHONES. Doesn’t this mean the parents are in fact obeying the first sign, and zoned out while reading? No, it means they are obviously depriving the ruling 5-year-old of precious time that could be spent playing Angry Birds or trying to purchase new games.
Thankfully, we have kids under 6 to lay down these rules for us.--Jillian O’Connor