I HATE other people's kids!

Go ahead and be angry then because I still hold the opinion that it's impossible to do both a full-time job and full-time parenting and to do them both well. When I was a full-time working mom, my parenting really suffered, and it's the reason I stay home now. YMMV.
Let me get this straight. Are you seriously that egotistical enough to think that just b/c **you** couldn't be a good parent while working outside the home that NOBODY can?

Because if so... Damn. That's hitting a new high in the world of narcissism.
Go ahead and be angry then because I still hold the opinion that it's impossible to do both a full-time job and full-time parenting and to do them both well. When I was a full-time working mom, my parenting really suffered, and it's the reason I stay home now. YMMV.
Let me get this straight. Are you seriously that egotistical enough to think that just b/c **you** couldn't be a good parent while working outside the home that NOBODY can?

Because if so... Damn. That's hitting a new high in the world of narcissism.
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Definitely bad posting netiquette (not sure about the legalities) to alter the text of what someone says without indicating that it's your edit.

Generally speaking, when people disagree with an opinion, they would just say so.


WITHOUT BEING SNARKY OR NASTY ABOUT IT.
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Definitely bad posting netiquette (not sure about the legalities) to alter the text of what someone says without indicating that it's your edit.

Generally speaking, when people disagree with an opinion, they would just say so.


WITHOUT BEING SNARKY OR NASTY ABOUT IT.
As a matter of citation, brackets inside a quote mean precisely that -- that the content in the brackets is a change to the original.

When that is done, it should always be noted who added the contents inside the brackets. She left the whole quote as attributable to me. It was incorrect.
Crumbs are the reason I have dogs, you would never find brownie crumbs on my floor.
Originally Posted by hayseedlady
So true! Anything that hits my floor is gone within seconds... whether it's technically edible or not.
Originally Posted by Bailey422
I say at least once a day "see, this is why we need a dog".
Originally Posted by babywavy
You haven't met my cats.
Originally Posted by PhDCow
Oh sure, my cats will lick syrup or pasta sauce off of plates in the sink, but I can't get them to get the crumbs, or scrambled eggs off the floor!
Originally Posted by babywavy
What's funny is watching the dogs trail after my neices and nephews trying to clean faces. Gross but true.

There is no five second rule here, we don't even reach for anything.

A cat who won't eat scrambled eggs?
I believe it's even unlawful to change someone's words and not make appropriate notations that changes were done.
Originally Posted by RedCatWaves
Wow.
Originally Posted by PartyHair
Holy ****. I didn't even notice that. Wow is right.
And she didn't change your words, she bolded a part of your statement.

No. Read it again...she did change my words and left the whole quote as attributable to me.
There is no need to get into the SAHM, working mom debate. We are all mothers, trying to do what's best for our children. Do we really need to come down on eachother for the decisions we make? We have our own guilt that nags at us for one reason or another. It's totally unnecessary to call other people out one what WE think they're doing wrong.

Whether we let them watch t.v, or fill their days with projects and gymboree, or put them in daycare to set structure and interact with kids, we are doing what WE feel is right for OUR children, and nobody should be telling anyone otherwise.

It is your decision (general you) what to do and not do when raising your child, and I am sick of all mothers in the world. turning against eachother b/c they are trying to prove that what THEY do is best.
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As a matter of citation, brackets inside a quote mean precisely that -- that the content in the brackets is a change to the original.

When that is done, it should always be noted who added the contents inside the brackets. She left the whole quote as attributable to me. It was incorrect.
Originally Posted by RedCatWaves

Anyone who has read your posts knows that the part that was bolded was not something you would say.

I'm just saying.
I used to have a signature but it disappeared and I just couldn't be bothered writing another so please feel free to ingore this.
We are all mothers, trying to do what's best for our children.
Originally Posted by babywavy
Well, according to SOME, I am NOT a mom, regardless if I am trying to do what's best for my family. I am not a mom because I work outside the home...
There is no need to get into the SAHM, working mom debate. We are all mothers, trying to do what's best for our children. Do we really need to come down on eachother for the decisions we make? We have our own guilt that nags at us for one reason or another. It's totally unnecessary to call other people out one what WE think they're doing wrong.

Whether we let them watch t.v, or fill their days with projects and gymboree, or put them in daycare to set structure and interact with kids, we are doing what WE feel is right for OUR children, and nobody should be telling anyone otherwise.

It is your decision (general you) what to do and not do when raising your child, and I am sick of all mothers in the world. turning against eachother b/c they are trying to prove that what THEY do is best.
Originally Posted by babywavy
Excellent post!
We are all mothers, trying to do what's best for our children.
Originally Posted by babywavy
Well, according to SOME, I am NOT a mom, regardless if I am trying to do what's best for my family. I am not a mom because I work outside the home...
Originally Posted by M2LR & Co.
Dood---some people will say you're not a Mom b/c you had a C section & didn't experience childbirth!!!

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As a matter of citation, brackets inside a quote mean precisely that -- that the content in the brackets is a change to the original.

When that is done, it should always be noted who added the contents inside the brackets. She left the whole quote as attributable to me. It was incorrect.
Originally Posted by RedCatWaves
Um, no. When brackets are in a quotation, the brackets automatically indicate that the bracketed text was added by the current author and was not part of the original person quoted. So no additional attribution would be needed. If the brackets were in the original, following the quotation, there would be a parenthetical following the quote, saying "bracketed text in original."

According to basic rules of citation in the U.S., her quotation was perfectly acceptable.
We are all mothers, trying to do what's best for our children.
Originally Posted by babywavy
Well, according to SOME, I am NOT a mom, regardless if I am trying to do what's best for my family. I am not a mom because I work outside the home...
Originally Posted by M2LR & Co.
Dood---some people will say you're not a Mom b/c you had a C section & didn't experience childbirth!!!

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here's to perfect va jayjay's!
Originally Posted by loosecurls


That's VERY true.
As a matter of citation, brackets inside a quote mean precisely that -- that the content in the brackets is a change to the original.

When that is done, it should always be noted who added the contents inside the brackets. She left the whole quote as attributable to me. It was incorrect.
Originally Posted by RedCatWaves
Um, no. When brackets are in a quotation, the brackets automatically indicate that the bracketed text was added by the current author and was not part of the original person quoted. So no additional attribution would be needed. If the brackets were in the original, following the quotation, there would be a parenthetical following the quote, saying "bracketed text in original."

According to basic rules of citation in the U.S., her quotation was perfectly acceptable.
Originally Posted by Lucille
I am slightly turned on by Lucille's posts.

I believe I am developing a crush here.

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Originally Posted by loosecurls
LOL, that always cracks me up. Almost as much as Elliot on Scrubs calling it a bajingo
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We are all mothers, trying to do what's best for our children.
Originally Posted by babywavy
Well, according to SOME, I am NOT a mom, regardless if I am trying to do what's best for my family. I am not a mom because I work outside the home...
Originally Posted by M2LR & Co.
Dood---some people will say you're not a Mom b/c you had a C section & didn't experience childbirth!!!

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here's to perfect va jayjay's!
Originally Posted by loosecurls

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Now that's fn funny...
M2Lr----MUAH!

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H8ers! Why they be hatin'?!!!

LOL
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