Hypothetical Children Behave Best

Hypothetical Children Behave Best

The following article was from a column I wrote and was published in the Wasaga Sun on July 16, 1997. Growth Spurts I was a better parent when I didn't have children. My hypothetical children never tantrummed in public. They were incredibly polite. They were never out of control. They didn't climb on the dinner table when we had company. They were model citizens in restaurants. Nothing escaped my eagle eye. After visits by family and friends who have children, my husband and I would lay in bed discussing what we would do differently. Our children were perfect. Now that we have Continue reading