Wednesday, February 16, 2011


Ever feel like running away, tossing in the towel, giving up on it all and no one really listens to you for they have their own problems?

Well, I have a solution for you!

If you have your own, you are blessed...sorta. Even if you have to borrow one for a while, get alone with a toddler (preferably one who doesn't suffer from separation anxiety when away from mommy too long).

Say anything you want, tell her your problems, and nod your head and smile. Talking to the wall, window, or other objects won't work. You must speak to this child like they understand what you are talking about. They will smile back at you and agree when you ask them a question.

Results: You said it. You cried about it. You told your problems to someone who won't go blabbing it around town. Best of all, they won't give you stupid advice on what you should do about your problems, attitude, or that things could be worse. They won't judge you either; tomorrow is a new day and what you told them is soon forgotten.

Oh, one more thing. They don't charge by the hour. In fact, if you play it right, you get paid.


  1. Toddler therapy. I love it. That'd make a great character for a story.

  2. Wow, you are right! And that would make a great story - sorta like a sitcom where a toddler is the MC. Okay...maybe not that far, but who knows?