This is by far the longest dry spell I've had in my jewelry shop in almost a year. What the shit? I don't understand. I've been on top of listing new items, revamping stuff, promoting posts on Facebook and Etsy, but still nothing. I'm getting a little offended, to be honest. Anyways...that's all I have to say about that.
In other news...my husband is gone for a few nights for work. I, on the other hand, have to handle our daughter's misbehaving attitude...please read this with the overtone of sarcasm it's being written with. I'm not exaggerating about her misbehavior, but I love her dearly so I don't want to give anyone the wrong idea. Here's the thing...she's four years old and today I had to sign a paper saying that I acknowledged the fact that she punched a kid in the face for getting in the way of her bubbles.
SERIOUSLY? What the hell?? And this post really did start out with being more about the jewelry issue than the kid issue. But yes, my goofy, incredibly intelligent, four-year-old princess closed-fist punched a kid in the face today at daycare. I'm afraid they're going to kick her out. Seriously.
So tonight she was forced to sit in her room and practice her letters. No playing with her sister. No talking. No noise making of any kind. And the fact that her fear of my wrath succeeded in instilling good behavior renewed my confidence that this is a controllable behavior issue, not one that needs medicine. She's just a bad kid. And it's our fault, I'm sure. How could it not be? If this were the kid of anyone I knew, I'd blame the stupid parents.
We try to give her the benefit of the doubt most of the time and we let her be her own little person...and she's punishing us for it. So no more iPad. No more cartoons. No more fun and free-loving sappy parents. No sir. She's going to have structure now every time she sets foot in this house. Or out of it. I can't control how she acts at school but I can give her guidance and set limits when she's with us. Lots and lots of limits. Sorry kiddo.
I have the worst headache right now. Time for some motrin and bed.