Poems about children
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A Sociopathic Ex & Preventing Your Child Becoming One
My daughter still talks about her dad calling her a bitch when she was 7. About the clear favouritism for her brother. Their father's action of abandoning them to hide the lies he'd told his current flavour of the month, is indefensible. And now he'll be abusing this new woman's children and they will be screwed up as adults also. And on, and on, and on.
Instagram post by HouseofTinks • Nov 19, 2015 at 4:13pm UTC
I am SO thankful for our new house, and that my child gets up grow up in a HOME. What REALLY excites me though is that I didn't have to depend on a man to get me out of an apartment and into a house or "marry" into one like SO many women do. I didn't sit around and wait for family members to give me a house, and I didn't go into huge mortgage debt to where I couldn't pay my other bills. God did it ALL- and I am forever grateful!
I'm going to make a calendar for the end of the year for the teachers using each child's handprint. On the front, it'll say that their influence will last more than just this year. I may leave numbers off the calendar so they can fill them in and reuse it each year. Not sure yet, but each month will have a poem. This page is an example of each month.