Is it not cool to bring school books to school? At the age of 15, I am still getting complaints from school about son not bringing textbooks to school.
I seriously can't figure that out?
We were with the counsellor last Tuesday and she asked him what or rather how he wanted me to react to him. After getting all his answers, she popped him a question. Isn't your mom's job hard to do?
No matter how I react, I can never please him.
I wish days I don't have such responsible to him. It is so tiring being his mom.
Just this morning, my friend's husband was telling me that as long as he is provided food, roof over his head and safety, I shouldn't be really bother by anything else. I should take care of my own well being.
I seriously wish it was that simple. Or is it really the parent's role when you have a teen these days?
I don't recall my parents had to deal with all these when they were raising me up!!!! ya,I am sure my son, if he is reading this will tell me that we are from a different era!
Now I fully understand why so many of my friends just refused to have kids! The responsibility is not only great, it is difficult.
Now to keep my well being in control and at peace, I have to live on the memory when he is just a sweet young boy who is absolutely adorable and sweet and patiently wait till this terrible phrase to go by.
As I have some leftover water roux paste, I chose to bake a Chocolate Chip bread . Since I baked for my girl yesterday, so today I baked it especially for my son who has a terribly sweet. (yes, I was baking this when this upsetting email came through).
The dough is especially easy to handle. Unlike the sticky dough that I encountered yesterday, this one was a breeze to handle. I incorporated a tablespoon of chocolate paste just to intensify the flavour.
The texture is fluffy soft. My girl, helper and myself really like it alot.
Now let's hope my little man will too and also remember what I told him today.
I tried three recipes from this book and I am confident that the rest of the recipes will work equally well. Seriously considering to add this book into my collection.