Posted March 08, 2019 15:59:54My kids were born in February and my husband and I decided to take them to the beach for the first time.
We had planned on going to the Disney World fireworks show that evening, but the children were late and the kids’ umbrellas didn’t stay in their pockets.
We decided to have a look around and see what we could find on the beach.
There were so many children wearing beach attire and no matter what, it wasn’t working.
The children were wearing beach wear and no one seemed to know why they were wearing it.
The only way to get rid of it was to ask them.
I was the one who brought up the issue and they did what I told them.
My husband and we ended up getting the beach umbrella, but we were in a hurry.
As soon as we got back to our home, I asked my husband what he had seen on the sea.
He told me that a few kids had gone down to the sand, and he was going to get a couple of the beach toys and get them all together so they could be put away.
The next day, I called the Disney resort to find out what the problem was.
The employee at the resort told me to call the Disney Children’s Center and they would get me the correct instructions for how to take care of our kids.
I have since called them and they have sent me a very detailed letter that outlines exactly how to put the kids beach clothes back on.
I’ve already received a new pair of beach umbra and a pair of swim trunks.
The Disney resort is great and the parents are very happy with their children’s outfits.
The problem is, I just wanted my kids to look stylish and stylishly.
What a mess!
It’s a waste of money and time.
My daughter’s beach outfit is a big deal and I wish she could have worn it when she was growing up.
I wish I could say the same for my son’s beach outfits.
What an idiot!
The Disney Childrens Center is a great place to find information about beach clothing and how to care for your children’s attire, but I was not told to follow any of their directions.
It’s not fair!
Posted April 04, 2019 17:49:34I’m a single mother of a 2 year old boy.
My son is 3 years old and we live in a rural area in the state of Texas.
My 2 year is a bit more than I can handle and I feel like I need to take a break from my busy schedule.
My mom is a licensed nurse and her job is to take my son to and from the hospital.
I’m working part-time as a waitress at a small diner.
I live in the same area of the city as the hospital, but our house is right across the street from the building where the hospital is.
I recently had an appointment with the nurse for a nurse practitioner.
The appointment went well and I was very satisfied.
The nurse practitioner said she would send me a copy of the instructions I should follow for my 2 year.
I am in shock because I’m supposed to follow all of the rules, which are exactly what I was told.
The instructions I was given are completely inaccurate.
The most important thing is that I take my kids into the park with me and I don’t wear anything else.
The day I had the appointment, I had just gotten home from work and was sitting at the kitchen table when my son went out to get some snacks.
I thought it would be fun to have him take me for a walk.
As I walked into the store, I noticed my son was wearing a pair, which I thought were nice.
I asked him if he had them and he said he didn’t.
He looked around and realized they were the ones he had in his purse.
I didn’t really understand why my son had them, but he just kept looking around.
When I asked why he didn, he said, “I have to go for my walk.”
He looked me up and down and said,