Hello my Darling, always delighted when you stop by. Come and sit down as I’ve got lots on my mind and I’ve brewed us a fresh pot of ‘What the Heck Are They Thinking?’ So let me fill your cup and let’s get started, I’ve got Mommy Lessons headed your way...
With the daily calendar pages flipping by so quickly and everyone busy, busy with their summer schedules, Mommys are loosing their ability to act like responsible Mommys and I think the summer heat has something to do with it. It seems to me that these Mommys have forgotten their Mommy roles and can’t find where they’ve placed it. I’ve observed many empty-headed Mommys this summer from traveling to shopping to the parking lot, the restaurants, the mall... oh my stars, I’m seeing them everywhere and we have to do something about it as they are responsible for the upbringing of a future generation!
So I’m here to remind them (please pass this information along to the appropriate Mommys) that they are being held accountable by the COCM to take care of these matters and start behaving like a a good Mommy should. I’d like to offer them a good swift kick in the as...s... butt to start up their brains and become more focused on doing what’s right for the whole. I know my legs are long and gorgeous, but they’re not long enough to reach these Mommys who really need to feel the bottom of my foot. So I guess I’ll get through to them with this post. Here we go...
DO buy your preteen daughter a nice dress for the occasion.
DON’T go to La Diva, the store that dresses the Housewives of OC, and dress your preteen in a dress that says, “I’m a mini Gretchen Rossi and I’ll sleep with my best friend’s boyfriend!”
DO be on time and pick up your children from their summer sports activities and wait in the car line that you can clearly see, is forming.
DON’T pretend that you are driving a compact car when you’re driving a "green" Ford Expedition and block the entire front entrance and the car line so that no one else can pass safely and now you’ve created a total traffic jam in the parking lot.
DO let your children be creative with their fashion choices for the summer.
DON’T let them leave out of the house looking like an MTV video with their pants hanging at knee level. No one is interested in viewing what brand undies they have on and quite frankly, that particular fashion statement makes one look like they need their Mommy to help them dress.
DO go on outings with your teen daughter and her friend.
DON’T dress like them! For goodness sakes, please be considerate of those of us that have to look at you and roll our eyes because you’ve decided to wear what Taylor Swift is currently wearing and your 40 something body is a dead give away that you’re not 22 and it just makes you look very.... OLD. Find your own style and you’ll find that you’ve taken off 10 years from your age.
DO go on family trips and prepare yourself and your children for your inflight experience.
DON’T get on the airplane, block the aisle and slow down the entire boarding process while trying to figure out where your kids are supposed to sit. When you receive your boarding passes and you see that the seat assignments are all over the place and you have little ones traveling with you, DON’T separate yourself from your children! Really? You’re really going to leave your 6 year old sitting between two strangers on a 2 hour flight? Talk to the agent, talk to the flight attendant, but NEVER separate yourself from your little ones when traveling.
Yes my Friend, I have witnessed all these little gems over the past few weeks and after revisiting them in my mind, I need a spa treatment to remove all toxins from my well kept body. As a matter of fact, I need to set up my appointment right now... So excuse me and help yourself to more... We drank it all? In that case, off you go... shoooo... until next time my Sweetness, Ta Ta!