Shit Parents Say
Time for some more humor with shit parents say when kids go back to school.
It’s back to school time for a lot of parents across the country and the moms in this video pretty much sum up the back to school experience.
This is a huge video collaboration between a bunch of bloggers, but you can find the video here at Baby Gizmo: Sh*t Parents Say at Back to School Time
Summer holidays can seem to drag on and as they come to an end there is the horror of getting ready for school. Uniforms and shoes, books and pencils, lunchboxes and probably new socks and underwear.
There is a definite drain on the purse strings and this on the back of endless spending keeping the little loves entertained over the holidays.
Celebrate Kids Going Back To School
There is always a sense of joy with the school year looming. However there is also a lot of organising for the year ahead.
These ladies are hilarious with the shit parents say about their kids and getting ready for a return to school.
The list is a who’s-who of well-known mom bloggers that participate in the video.
Contributors To Shit Parents Say At Back To School Time
Many video collaborators are great and if you want to read their blogs, watch their videos or follow their musings here are their links:
Ciaran Blumenfeld – blog: Momfluential.com
Kim Orlando – blog: TravelingMom.com
Mandy Otis – blog: WordsbytheGlass.com
Melissa Angert – blog: All Things Chic
Sami Cone – blog: SamiCone.com
Brianne Manz – blog: StrollerintheCity.com
Kelly Whalen – blog: The Centsible Life
We hope you got a good belly laugh at these ladies and the shit parents say at back to school time.
After a long summer with kids always around there is joy in looking ahead to them being someone else’s responsibility. At least for most of the day!
My name is Andrea Thompson and I’m a home based freelance writer. I’m 23 years old, married to my best friend, and mother to a wonderfully independent and opinionated 3 year old girl and step-mother to a sweet seven year old boy. I live in a tiny, little town in Kentucky, where I spend my free time fishing with my kids.
Writing has always been my passion, which I followed through high school, and for a while in college. Life happened, and once I discovered we were pregnant, I switched directions; opting for the healthcare industry because of the stability.
Finally, years later, I was in a place where I could leave the day job that never truly made me happy, and pursue my dreams. I’ve built, and am still building, my writing career from scratch. But, I’m passionate and I’m good at what I do. And, in the end, I can prove to my daughter that she can do anything she wants with this life.