Conner downloaded a new game on my iPhone, then played it for about 2 days (during his acceptable iPhone time, naturally).
After this trial period he’d placed, Conner decided to delete it as one of the Known iPhone Rules of The Homestead is “you don’t play it, it doesn’t stay”. It was in this way he came to me to input my Apple password because he’d written a review after being prompted to do so for deleting the game. It’s as follows:
“Do not play this game. It shows the trees on fire but you can not make the trees on fire with lava. Lava makes fire on wood.”
That’s as honest a review as any app will ever get. And I’m proud he’s contributing to the better good of the internet.
Daycare, off and on for years, in varying degrees, was this Big Huge Deal for me. I hated it, and still manage to feel the same way. Although many establishments would easily pass my own standards as a parent, daycare was just a damaging thing.
I sit here, wasting minutes away typing this, while two boys (7.5 & nearly 5) fidget away wondering just what the heck are they going to do for the next 4 hours till bedtime.
THE INDOOR EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITY FALLS ON THE INCLEMENT WEATHER AFTERNOON?
No, no. Cub Scouts happens to be on the only rained-out day since soccer has started.
The angst. Ohhhhhh. Grrrrrrrrrrr.
Who wants to buy some popcorn?
Zip Code: 35243 to benefit the Greater Alabama Council!