Parents have had an interesting year. We went from working in offices to working from home. Kids have gone from going to school to all being home schooled. These two worlds have intertwined because parents have now had to step up and help with the teaching.
Do you find your mornings really stressful? I mean I can only imagine between worrying about what your day has in store for you. You have to add in the stress of having the kiddos and hoping they are ready.
Having kids changes your life in ways you can't even imagine. Watching over Junior is a job that runs 24/7 with no breaks, so it's no surprise that parents have stock phrases to deal with their youngsters.
Here's a list of words and phrases that I'm sure parents who grew up in the the 80's and 90's might understand but will leave you newbies clueless.
1. It's time to "book" out of here
meaning - To take off, or runaway from something...
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