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Blog: chrystal's fight to own a home!

Children and stubborness

Monday, February 23, 2009

Managing the family is always tough at the best of times. But what do you do when your children are against you instead of with you? It seems to me that Fathers have taken on a more tougher role rearing their children these days, as apposed to my own father. But what happens when he is unavailable, working ect. Lead to distraction, i have never been good at following the rules i make, so there for i am found many a nights yelling instead of talking, WHY you ask? To many times i have broken the rules for convenice and  continue to pay the price. But not today, whining was her way and i held my ground.! Growing stronger inside and learning as a parent to to cope on my own. I acomplished what i set forth and feel better for being the stronger of the two evils! Praise god for another happy Day!

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