It’s that time of year again. The time when you spend too much money on supplies you know your children are going to lose, destroy or never even use it all. But it’s on the school supply list and so they have to have it which means you have to buy it. This time, however, you’ve decided you’re not going to procrastinate. You are not going to wait until the last minute and end up scurrying around the stores picking up the supplies that are left along with the other frantic parents who have left things to the last second as well. So you pack up your things, load the kids in the car and head off to the stores. But even on the way there you start to realize leaving the house was a mistake. Your four year old gave the two year old the rest of his squeezable pouch smoothie and as you glance in your review
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Selling The Small Things
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