A golden kid (key?)

This Daily Prompt is so weird because I had a vision of a golden key. Not the kind of vision when you see something and you realise you have superpowers, but the kind of  vision when you do a meditation and are asked to imagine this and that and later asked how did the stuff look like. For fun and games, and for analyzing your answers. That kind of vision.

I saw a gold key. Big, old, decorated. Like from a time long ago. I said, “It looks like it opens a big door.”

So, important key. Funny thing was that in this meditation/game, key represented future children or child. 😀 My kiddo, if I decide to have one, will be golden.

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Speaking of kids, my friends have them. Ok, they have one, but still. Two different couples. I was writing about baby Laura the day she was born and the day I opened my Facebook page which is still under construction and soon to be like I like it. Get prepared to be reminded about it, I post videos and photos there, not just posts.

Laura is super cute big cheeks ball of awwwww. She is 2 and a half months old and already showing a personality. I made DIY stuff for her and tutorial will be here. Pinky promise.

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Aaanyway, about kids. I know that every mother gets judged (why is that btw?) but I wonder what is the “most right” way to raise a kid? I am all up for discipline but I think yelling at a kid when he/she hasn’t done anything wrong and threatening the kid with things they don’t like if they don’t do something is just plain mean. Honestly, it makes me physically sick in my stomach. Also, saying stuff like “I don’t like you” when a kid asks if the parent can stay with them until they fall asleep. I had to control myself not to speak up. What do you think? Am I too idealistic and people just don’t have enough energy or they have bad days and frustrating days and they just can’t deal with the kid? What do you think about this “methods”? I think I will get into a fight with her and him next time I see them practicing this nonsense on a three year old. 😡

p.s. If you have no “eclectic” relatives, does that means you’re it? XD

p.p.s. WP is messing with this post and me, grrrrr. I hope it is now showing.

Daily Prompt: Nice is…..

Tell us about the nicest thing you’ve ever done.

A little late to the party, but never is to late 😉

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I like being nice to people…who deserve it. Judge me if you like, but I do not tolerate violance. I feel the need to be kind to the people who humble me. It’s an instant reaction.

Yes, I’ve heard that the people who hurt are the ones in pain themselves but I can’t save them. Only they can. So, few days ago, when I was walking into a grocery store with my bf we passed a mom with two daughters, one she held hand to hand (younger) and older was walking next to her. It was snowing so the melting snow created a small puddle on the side. There was no way the older girl (about 4 or 5) could have pass that point without stepping into water. But it was like a centimeter of it, nothing bad. And she had her rubber boots on.

Yet, the mother screamed at her: “Haven’t I told you NOT TO WALK IN THE WATER?!!!!” Normally I don’t interfere with other people schooling their children. But she grabbed her and when I looked at little girl’s face something inside of me snapped. She was frozen, about to cry and looked down with so much expression… She was trying to be as small as possible, not making a sound. And her mother countinued talking something to her holding her VERY tightly on her arm, I didn’t even hear her anymore. I WAS MAD. So I glanced back and yelled at her: “HEY, you’re acting like THAT is the most important thing in the world!” She looked at me with surprise. And continued to focus her agression on me. I did not hear her as we were entering the store holding hands and my bf said: “Let it go, she isn’t worth it.”

Yes, she wasn’t. But the little girl was. I hope I could show her that her mom is not always right. I would be happy knowing that she understood that someone stood up for her.