I know you love me and you mean well, but NO really does mean NO. No matter what language you say it in or what country you travel to, NO will always mean NO. So I don't understand why "no" is followed by a tantrum or sneaky displays of disobedience. Today I asked you to stay out of my bathroom for the hundredth time. A soon as I turn my back, you "allegedly" took the powder and spread it across your face and the coffee table. (Your twin brothers just sat back and watched.) Again, I love you Eve. I love you more than words can express. Nevertheless, "NO" undoubtedly means NO!!!!!!!!!
Update: July, 17, 2018....
This still applies. No is just a hard term for her to comprehend.
10/12/2015 09:50:33 pm
Oh, look at her face! Well her brothers allowed her to do it, lmao!
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Mommy Phoebe Free
These are simple letters to my kids...about their antics.