Ever do anything to your kids that you’re less than proud of? 20 Somewhat Horrible Things I Do to My Kids That I in No Way Feel Guilty About

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The following list was compiled by my wife, me, and a few other guilty parties whose names will be protected until my death. They know who they are, and they don’t feel guilty, either.

  1. I’ve been trying to use up the gross generic peanut butter that we bought a while ago. When we make sandwiches, the kids get generic. I get Jif. I’m choosy… and selfish.
  2. If we are at the end of a loaf of bread, the kids always get the butt. They think it is the “special” piece.
  3. I eat the filling out of Oreos, and give my son the gross cookie part.
  4. When the kids ask for more food after dinner, I tell them that food before bed gives them nightmares. The second their heads hit the pillow, I make a second dinner — an ice cream dinner. I sleep like a rock.
  5. We take batteries out of annoying toys and say that they are broken. Then, when we put the batteries back in, we act like we are toy-fixing gods. LOVE US, FOR WE HAVE FIXED YOUR TOY!

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Melissa Bernard

Melissa Bernard

Melissa is Reading Kingdom’s community manager and mom to two daughters, 4 dogs, 2 cats, and 2 tortoises.She is also an advocate for children with special needs as her youngest daughter suffers from Cerebral Palsy.Another major passion for Melissa is animal welfare and she volunteers as a foster parent for stray and abandoned animals.
Melissa Bernard