So when I get back from being a sharp shooting, no nonsense, suit wearing professional, I change into my poop covered Mommy hat and rush to the Day Care.
My daughter returns home with an armful of the day's art and craft.
I remember the first time I got the first scrap of paper, wrestled from her tiny mouth and sumo-wrestler strong arms, I was thrilled. It stayed on my refrigerator for months.
And thank you teachers for taking that responsibility off my hands and out of my house.
They also make adorable stuff from toilet paper cardboard rolls, disposable plates, tissues, brown paper bags, straws etc. I love those lessons.
Here are some of lil O's latest creations.
Either ways, I love seeing what she has been upto each day.
My only question is where do I put all the stuff that are...ahem ...not as ...artistically advanced as the rest... you know those less than masterpiece ones?
And for all readers belonging to the 'Thou-shalt-not-ridicule-your-child's-anything-including-poop' club, I love her stuff and store them all in this little overflowing box.
PS: Please stop drawing on your father.
PPS: Sorry about all the psychoanalysis to figure out what you feel about your mother. I had to watch my back. I love you.
So folks, tell me what do you do with all the stuff your child creates? When does it become ok to 'keep' some stuff...just some stuff outside the house and on the curb, neatly wrapped in a black plastic bag?
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