Mom life…you gotta love it right? There is never a dull moment and the day is packed with a list of to-do’s that goes on and on.
So when your kid’s teacher emails you to tell you your kids is acting up in school you have to drop everything to get to the bottom of it.
That’s what happened to Kristina Brandy. She spent the day at her daughter’s school and she made a list of things she discovered and posted her evaluation on Facebook. It’s since been shared more than 70K times including this post from Sabrina Silvers.
This was a real eye-opener for me so I thought I would share Kristina’s evaluation with her here.
And, I have to say I LOVE her shirt! I would definitely wear something like that to my kid’s school!
A Mom’s Evaluation After Spending The Day At Her Daughter’s School
During my day as an 8th grader I took note of a few things:
1. These kids are bad as hell.
2. These kids are disrespectful.
3. There should be a lot more parents taking a day at school to see how their child behaves.
4. Teachers are Angel’s sent from heaven. ( I couldn’t do it)
5. I wanted to choke about 6 kids.
6. These little girls are EXTRA Grown
7. If your middle school child has a sew-in and fake nails….. YOU ARE A PART OF THE PROBLEM.
8. School lunch is horrible. I feel like an unfit parent for subjecting my children to eat that stuff.
9. Lunch time is chaotic and is treated like a prison meal time.
10. Teachers spend more time policing kids on their cell phones… Parents your child does not need their phone at school… We survived without them, they will be fine. It’s a distraction.
11. It’s OK to remind your kids that they are kids and be respectful to adults. These kids have 0 respect.
12. Get involved with your child in school….the teachers appreciate you and your child with appreciate you later in life.
13. My daughter is PISSED at me for showing up, but she knows that I Love her and only want what’s best for her.
14. Dismissal is chaotic. There must be a better way.
I have to say I agree with her third bullet – we parents should take some time to visit our kids at school. I have the feeling we’ll have the same observations.
What about #7 – a middle-schooler with fake nails?
I have to agree with Kristina. If a parent allows a girl that young to get her nails done, they are a part of the problem and, I have to say, they might be raising an a**hole.