I’ll just do a couple of items, a la Herb Caen and his Three Dot Lounge:
… It doesn’t matter how many things you do for your kids. They will always want more. [Oh, I’m sorry, that’s only true of my kids, you say? Thanks for the clarification.]
… A span of more than five years between the eldest and the youngest means someone is nearly always unhappy with the choice of activity. And let’s not even mention the poor squeezed-in-the-middle girl surrounded by four boys!
… You never discipline nor correct nor place anything but the direst limits on the kid guests you’ve invited along for the ride. This translates into increase whining and demands and acting up from your own children. [Who, in fact, really wish they were the guest children so you’d be easier on them.]
… There is not any one reason that I put Six Flags
… When your children all get soaking wet playing in a water park area of Six Flags