Jean X Lisa as Parents HCs (With Reader Child)
||Notes||: Please I sent this idea into a discord server and just aAAAAAAAAA why can’t I have them as parents for the reader. @diluclovemail also gave me ideas so thank hehe. Idk how gender would come with a post like this, so yay for gender neutral :)
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i forgot how many it is now. With the schools open kiddo#1 keeps getting colds which leads to the inevitable countdowns. Thursday morning 3.30 was kiddo #1, kiddo #2 followed last night leading inevitably to us also having colds. Since we really all have the same thing and I haven’t seen anyone that my partner also didn’t see, he bravely got his third test this year. Saw the neighbors on the side of the road even with car trouble, just meters from the test center. They are old but they have a phone, and no way it’s possible to help people in this circumstance -_- We just saw them and their car get back home so yay.
Time to make some movie lists. And sleep.
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The fact that some kids start crying, have mental breakdowns and feel physically ill at the very idea of reopening schools and going to school should be a clue to some parents and teachers that maybe something isn’t fucking right!!
when your toddler comes in the bathroom while you’re on the toilet and you say close the door, and they come further in and close the door behind them
My daughter is right at the stage where she just wants to go up and down stairs and climb on everything and I’m too old and lazy for that.
We haven’t been able to go on our walks since the boy’s school was closed. I can’t haul both of them around in this neighborhood with the stroller I have, maybe not any stroller. Every direction is laughably steep.
I could drive us all somewhere and then walk, and I suppose I will eventually, but right now I’m still stupidly holding out hope that everything’s going to be fine and he can go to school again.
Though considering the millions of people who traveled for this stupid holiday this year, that won’t be for fucking months.
Grandma and Grandpa sent an early Hanukkah gift, an outdoor climber with a little slide. The boy was so excited and the girl was not 😅 but she had a grand time on the tricycle.
I miss my parents and they’re missing my kids at the toddler stage, which is super fun to visit if not live with all the time.
I researched an article on social emotional development called ‘social emotional development in early childhood’ the article talks about the different ways children learn how to process social emotional development in helpful methods, In the article it talks about how children learn how to develop these skills and how important it is for some behavioral skills need to be modeled and reinforce. Children learn how to process social skills very early in their development and the are always watching how people close to them model social emotional develop.
The article reflects what is talked about in the book about modeled appropriate behavior, teaching empathy, and teaching cooperation. All of these aspects play a big role when it comes to every child learning how to socialize with emotion. The article also talks about the support of social development by praising good behavior and also helping children feel good about themselves and recognizing small achievement’s not only is this a self esteem booster, this modeled reinforcement can help children display this same affection with other children and it help to create a healthy way of being social.
When I was growing up, I never actually believed in Santa Claus. My parents told me that he was pretend or a game, and when I was older they told me about Saint Nicholas. We still watched Santa movies, sang Santa songs, visited mall Santas, etc., and I don’t feel like I missed out on anything.
But that means I don’t understand people who otherwise believe in being honest with children who are also enthusiastic about getting kids to ACTUALLY BELIEVE that Santa is real. I haven’t had an open mind about it, but I’d like to change that. I want to understand the Santa Claus tradition.
So if you could reply to this post or send me an ask with the answers to a few questions: Did you believe in Santa Claus as a kid? Do you feel that, in general, it was a positive experience? Would you want your kids to believe in Santa? (If you don’t want kids, just your general opinion when it comes to parenting if it’s a good practice or not.) And most importantly: why?
Thanks and happy holidays!
This is the other book I mentioned on the previous post. I love classic children’s literature. This book is on my top 10 best books for children.
Jon, borrowing my laptop to play Sims: “Hey, Mom? Did u know your bottom arrow key is broken?”
Me: “It wasn’t an hour ago.”
Jon: “… … Hey, Mom? I broke your bottom arrow key…”
Am I not how you raised me?
So i’m british, but i guess this applies everywhere
all i’m seeing on tiktok at the moment is people arguing with their families about politics and stuff. So my question is:
Did anyone else grow up in intentionally politically neutral households or was it just me?
My parents take the secret ballot very seriously, and so does the rest of my family truth be told. So while I can guess how my parents vote using contextual stuff and conversations we’ve had, they never told me explicitly how they vote and frankly its not important.
The most i’ve ever heard from them is their hatred of Trump, but i think that’s less a political thing, and more a “he’s a fucking numpty,” thing, you know?
Their idea was, if they responded with “look it up” whenever my sister and I asked a political question, then we wouldn’t just copy them. (This applied for a lot of religious stuff, as well as moral stuff beyond the basic: “don’t be a dick.”) And its worked. while they would explain how government worked, figuring out my own politics, was all on me. I have strong opinions now, and I feel like the amount of research i have been forced to do has been good for me. Even my sister is beginning to get involved.
So now I’m 17, taking a-level politics, with offers to study politics at uni next year. since I’m older they have started voicing their opinions more, as they feel that i’m secure enough in my own opinions that they won’t influence them.
I guess my question is:
Is this normal?? I tell people this and they always seem so confused. Like “what do you mean your parents never talked about this stuff?” And its not that they don’t care about politics, they do.
I just feel like everyone else’s parents were really outspoken and am just wondering.
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