Yeah, but like you said, good luck coming up with how to do that. And like I said, good luck keeping people off your back about the minutia. Everybody thinks they have come up with that theory and that their theory ought to be applied to your kids and if you aren't, you're screwing up.Originally Posted by Xander
Yes, and I feel the same way, but somehow there are people that do feel like they'd like to have had the stuff and for that reason want to get their kids the stuff. I'm guessing that means our experience is somehow not universal.Originally Posted by Xander
That sounds pretty ideal. Someone should write a book about how to do that . . .Originally Posted by Xander
Not being able to joke around and play with them would take away the most rewarding thing about being a parent for me, and my kids are unlikely to ask how high, but they do know that if mom is set on their jumping then they are going to either jump or face the music. I don't really have it in me to get the how high thing out of them.