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These are hilarious (and moving). Several of them would apply in our house!
Personally, I can’t see a problem with grabbing people’s arses in public, but maybe that’s just me?
Number 1 – and Pringles, now ASD child can apparently reach them herself (found out this morning). Oh just realised that’s number 5 covered too then! Surely number 7 applies to all blokes???! 8, 10, 15, 16 and 25 DEFINITELY, 21 made me laugh a lot. I beg to differ on number 19 though, ours is mostly the other way round 🙂 Such a fab idea, off to retweet now!
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Indulge away…great list! Can SO relate to number 25!!! Brought a smile to my face on a rainy, wet day. Have a great weekend! 😀
HaHaha. I’ve just found your blog via Netmums. In our house there is a very definite case of ‘what’s mine is mine and what’s yours is mine’. My son’s 11 now, but oh god how I agonised over how to acheive No.27! Could also relate to many of the others in different ways.
I found your Autism House Rules absolutely precious. My son is about to turn 25 years old and if I may say without disillusioning, he still requires his toast to be the same color on both sides with no exceptions! He graduated from college, yesterday. I’m so proud of him.
I love this, especially the underpants and eggs! Coincidentally I’ve just finished reading “House Rules” by Jodi Picoult.
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