My dad raised us with saying many repetitive things, most of them annoying me as I became a teenager. Now, as a parent myself, I find myself repeating the same things to my kids over and over like time to eat, eat your food, brush your teeth, pick up your toys, be careful, etc. I'm sure they're already finding it annoying and they're not even teens yet.
Thanks dad for saying something that no longer bothers me ...because now I can annoy my own kids with the same quotes!
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I think the parents can be just as annoying to the kids!
I think that's how my kids feel about me sometimes.
Father's Day is creeping toward us. It's the perfect time to celebrate dad and show him that he is special, too. Just not as special as mom, right? I'm kidding!
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There's plenty to do to make dad feel honored and special on this holiday. Check out my Father's Day Hub at bnadyn.hubpages.com for ideas for things to do, places to go and gifts to create or buy. I wrote about lots of creative ideas that will make dad feel admired and loved so stop by and read it!
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Pssst... Let dad go wild...and grub on some food that's unhealthy for him, just make sure he gets back on track after!
Try this dessert: Coffee Cake with White Chocolate Mocha Icing - a great dessert for someone who likes coffee; it would be perfect for Father's Day.
Enjoy your week and good luck planning a memorable Father's Day!
What are your plans for Father's Day? Any favorite memories to share? Share and let me know, I'd love to hear it!
Visit my posts from last year's Father's Day with my family here.
Steal some ideas for restaurants to take dad from my Mother's Day post here.
Stop by here to see how I spent my Mother's Day this year.