Jun 25, 2009 12:22 PM
Kids are cutely unpredictable at best, and screaming, bawling hellions at worst… often within the space of one minute. Short of tattooing “I’m sorry” on their foreheads or never taking their children out in public, what exactly can you parents say that will fully express your chagrin at your toddler throwing an Exorcist-ian tantrum (pea soup-green vomit included) over not getting the Snoopy band-aids at the doctor’s office? Our friends with
demons kids have rapidly come to rely on the sickeningly politely worded missives in the New Parent Apology Cards book by Lane Walker Ford. ($10) You’ll find 30 pre-written sentiments for every conceivable misbehavior that, if nothing else, will make you feel better on the inside. (At least until the next wave of “Brmmm hmmm hmmmm! Want cookie!” hits.)
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