3 Guilty Confessions Before My Son’s First Communion
Everyone's first confession is usually the hardest when it is your first time. My son will be doing his First Communion this weekend and already did his first confession. I started thinking about a few dirty confessions that I have of my own as a parent. If you're a parent then you must have some confessions of your own too. Below I listed three confessions that some parents may or may not get a kick out of. My son's 8 years old and believes I would let a manager get on his case about his behavior, see monsters if he sips on beer, and that I (mommy) doesn't eat any candy. As a parent, we always want what is best for our children so a few little white lies won't hurt. Now the day he discovers all this was bulls**t will be the day I will have some explaining to do. If you have your own confessions take the poll below!
One rule that continues to work on my son is pretending to call a manager over if he misbehaves. I will pretend to call or wave a manager over so my son behaves correctly. Usually when I pretend he is quick to change his behavior from bad to good.
If you've grown up in a Hispanic household you tried beer for the first time at age 5. I thought of the perfect way to keep my son from having anymore sips in the future. I told him he would see a lot of cucuys (monsters) if he drank any more beer. Thankfully, I haven't heard about him trying or asking to sip from Grandpa's beer.
As a parent, you always have your own personal stash of candy. It's hard to make your stash last when you're always having to share. Confession number 3 involves me hiding my stash of candies inside a tampon box. The only person who will look in a tampon box is another woman so my stash is safe.