To tell your kid to be stop whining and to talk to you in a normal voice about what is wrong.
To threaten to punish your child, then let them have a tantrum, you figure they'll get over it.
To give your kid something to stop whining .
Tell them they have to share from now on, or else they will not go to daycare anymore.
Tell them to share, and then forget about it, it's probably just a phase.
Tell them to share, then go to the library and find some picture books about manners to read
To buy diapers, your baby's still small enough so why not, they'll get potty trained eventually.
No more drinks at least an hour before bed each night, and to use the potty twice before bed.
If they wet it, they clean it, they have to fix up their bed with no help if they pee in it.
Send your kid to daycare, if they get really get sick you'll take off work.
Call your boss and him you had a family emergency, you will figure out what to tell him later, but you need to take the day off and take care of your baby.
Tell your child they got sick because they kept taking off their hat outside in the cold, and stay home even though you don't like it.
Yes, but only when they had really terrible behavior.
No, but I do have a timeout chair.
I apologize to the my friend, and tell my child to behave.
Apologize, and instantly take my child aside, tell them why they shouldn't hit, and tell them to apologize to the little girl.
Take my child home and punish them.
Yes, everyday after work
Most days, but they need to learn to entertain themselves' too.
Unless watching TV together counts, not everyday, especially if I am too tired.
Easy, but only when my child is cooperating with me.
Hard, but only because my child is still little.
Both, it's hard because I have to teach my child everything, but easy because my child is fun to be with.
Jessica Alba, she seems like a nice, loving, normal mom.
Angelina Jolie, even though she has gone through a lot of kids, she still has time to be a humanitarian, a successful actress, and look good!
Britney Spears, she seems like a real person when it comes to parenting, she has made mistakes, as a mother and a person, and paid for them, but is still trying to be a better mom.
Melanie Brown (Scary Spice), she has had real baby drama, and still pulled through, even after she was humiliated by Eddie Murphy when he denied being the father of their daughter.
Yes, most days
No, but some days are frustrating