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“They” say…whoever they is…that…
80 is the new 70…
40 is the new 30…
And so on.
So…that must be why…
my 10 year old daughter…
has recently started carrying on like a newborn.
I’m so glad that “they” have been able to come up with an explanation for this.
PHEW…I’m feeling so relieved.
This is too funny! I’m glad you got some sort of an explanation.
Anglophile Football Fanatic says
Darn kids. They are so immature sometimes – and I thought that was our job. Why can’t we get to act that way?
the planet of janet says
with that piece of knowledge, everything in my world just slotted into place.
Tara R. says
My 15yo can still have tantrums that would put a 5yo to shame. It is much easier to walk away from a big kid (openly laughing as I do). *sigh*
Wow love your new place! Awesome!
I think I might prefer that. My 4-year-old just turned 14 overnight. Boarding school is looking better and better.
noooooooooooooooo. I don’t want to believe it. I’m just about to enter the “no tantrum zone” (or so I keep telling myself). I don’t think I can handle it if this behavior mutates and turns into a teenage strain of the same virus.
I mean, sure I was young once and my behavior sucked at best, but I thought I could pack it away and deny it a little longer…