I sometimes forget that I am here to help my readers in their life. Now, I know everyone doesn’t have kids in school and some of my readers look to me as an inspiration to when they make the choice to have children. Seriously, I am an awesome father that knows how to raise awesome children. Who wouldn’t want some worthless advice from me?
For those of you with children, you will probably learn from my worthless parenting advice that you have been raising your children all wrong. Yes, you are incorrect in the way you parent your offspring. Perhaps there is still time for you to reverse those bad parenting habits you have learned from the so-called “experts” out there.
One of the major things we worry about is when our kids go to Back to School and whether they will survive. Will they be able to make it through a day without us?
To prep your child for the first day of school (and the beginning of another exciting year of learning! Oh yeah!), you should set up an imaginary school at home.
Have your children dress up in the worst possible clothing combinations and make fun of their clothes. This teaches them that bullies come in all shapes and sizes and they aren’t safe anywhere….even in their own home!
Ask your kids what they want for lunch. To simulate a school lunch, take these tips to heart. If they want hot pizza, make sure it is cold and half cooked. If they want a cold sandwich, warmth it up so it taste terrible. Make sure the milk is warm too. Nothing like that taste of spoiled milk to ruin your child’s appetite!
Do you get those crazy school supply lists? We do. I merely view them as suggestions. If every parent bought everything on the list then the teacher would have way too many school supplies. You should be that one parent that holds out and refuses to be a puppet in the educational supply purchasing machine complex that is controlled by our robot overlords.
One way to strengthen your child’s back is to overload their backpack with useless stuff. Throw in their favorite rock you collected from your back yard. Add in a brick from the neighbor’s walkway. Have them take cans of food back and forth to school. What doesn’t break their little spines and spirits makes them stronger!
Did your kids read during the summer? Well, if they didn’t your kid is probably in the same boat with about 80% of the other kids in their class. Not to worry, you can still have them read a cereal box or an old phonebook. That counts as reading doesn’t it?
Good luck with your student this year! Only 179 more school days for my kids until Summer Vacation 2014.