Boundaries

I shouldn’t have thrown their candy away. Confiscate it, yes. But it’s not mine, as a parent I can control access, but I cannot just steal it away. I have fished it out and I have to apologize tomorrow and have them sort it. That might be punishment enough, all that candy, and cannot eat a one. I will be watching.

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  1. Every day is like rehearsing in front of a live, paying audience, isn’t it? Best any of us can do.

  2. Yes, and with children I feel like the audience is going to get up and leave, and take my performance to the community, acting out whatever I have shown them. They were very forgiving. Hopefully my youngest son learned something about tempers and making amends. Hopefully I did, too.

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