Post It Note Tuesday…

by | Jan 25, 2011 | KUWTR

Make your own Stickies HERE and then go Link Up at Only Parent Chronicles


  1. Brandi

    If you find someone who sends a maid over, please have them send one my way! 🙂

    Have a great day!

  2. Aleksandra

    Happy early birthday!! I installed a new template last week and love it 😉 It’s fun to pick your own design.

  3. That One Mom

    I had my blog designed by The Frilly Coconut. She is working on a redesign for me now. I also love Dionne at Homesick Cajun!

  4. 3Lilacs

    Hi there
    I am your newest follower. I found you on Wednesday bloghop. I would be delighted if you would follow me back
    Thx Lilac

  5. mrsmcnorton

    hey Melissa! I’ll come clean your house if you come wean the baby for me! Happy Birthday (early). xox t

  6. Sarita

    We are totally for this. We started by not allowing them to say shut up or stupid or hate. Also, oh my gosh or OMG is ABSOLUTELY not allowed. Too close to using the Lord's name in vain. We address those words on their cartoons and such. Our kids cannot use the word butt either. Sounded weird coming from a pretty little girl. We use bum and good gravy!

  7. Annie1

    This is very very true! Kids really thrive with structure, consistency and expectations!Thanks for this!

  8. Amy

    This was definitely a good read for me right now. Our son is two and is a definite repeater of EVERYTHING… and also able to come up with some embarrasing/not nice combinations on his own. I wish my (college age) sisters would be as mindful when the kids are around. Oh well. I just have to work harder and not laughing– even though it's cute sometimes!This is also an entry for the ROUND UP!

  9. Unknown

    i need to work on my potty mouth! im horrible about it and myhub is always yelling at me bc babys getting to the age that hes starting to talk! shame on this momma!! (round up entry)

  10. royalegacy

    Bad words are hardly ever spoken in this house. To keep the bad words from the movies out, we have parent guardian on our DVD player. We also don't have regular TV in our home. We also told all of our children that when they did hear a bad word, that it was not something that we were to say.


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