The guy is opening up a business.  He asked me a question regarding his office manager.  I asked who she was.  Now what I meant was, experience wise, so I could better answer his question.  Without missing a beat he says “Don’t worry she’s ugly” lmao. 

You know what I cannot stand?  Those people who look at you and say “Well you don’t have kids so  you don’t know what it’s like…”

No.  I do not have children of my own.  But let me tell you this.  My sister has three.  I was there when they were born.  She lived with us so I had my fair share of sleepless nights.  I’ve fallen asleep with a baby on my chest so many times ive lost count.  Ive slept in a chair, sofa, sitting up in bed…you name it.  Ive changed diapers, given baths.  I’ve been thrown up on, peed on, poo’d on.  I’ve wiped tears, kissed bo bo’s, and even cried with them on occasion when i couldnt take the pain or sickness away.  Ive let a toddler do my make up and hair.  I’ve never missed a birthday, dance recital, school ceremony, or any other important event.  Ive been to doctor appointments, and ive stayed in the hospital. I’ve had to help hold a baby down for a shot (crying just as hard as he was)  Ive bought groceries, clothing, and medicine due to my sisters lack of finances.  So you don’t get to tell me I don’t know what it’s like to deal with children or understand how hard it can be.  I’ve helped raise and support three. And I would gladly give my life if it meant saving theirs. The only thing I have not done is push one out of my vagina. Now, you can tell me something about having a child full time.  Not in a condescending tone thank you.