Aug 302012

Today is Chooch’s first day of 1st grade at a real school! Good riddance, Catholic bitch-moms*! Goodbye, daily heart palpitations! Sayonara, judgmental glares!

Oh. Sorry. Didn’t mean to make this all about me.

(*This is not directed at all Catholic moms. Even I am technically Catholic. Just the Catholic BITCH-moms from Chooch’s old school.

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You know, the ones who follow “God’s Word” SO WELL.

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Their example is the reason I consider religion to be a joke.)

Do you know how many kids came to Chooch’s birthday party last year? 4. Because those 4 kids have parents who didn’t hold my blog against Chooch. Almost no one else even RSVPd. Punish the kid for his mom’s sins. That’s awesome.


Chooch was so excited this morning.

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He had orientation the other night and is thrilled to be going to a school that, oh I don’t know, looks like a school. And his little buddy from next door is in his class, so his dad suggested that we just alternate walking them both up the street to school. I am so all about that. Any day where I don’t have to put on a bra pre-8:00am is a good day.


No more tuition stress, being looked down upon, and feeling like the heathen outcast. And trust me, that was way before any of the blog drama happened, and I stand by every word I wrote that they so vehemently disagreed with – if you don’t want called out for being a dick, then don’t act like a dick. There’s a thought!

There is really nothing like a good, fresh start.

  6 Responses to “1st Day of 1st Grade!”

  1. huzzah!

  2. omg I love his shirt! And I’m glad you got him out of that school. Parents like that should be shot in the knee, just for fun.

  3. Now that Chooch is out of that school, you have ample opportunity to eviscerate those bitch-hags :)

  4. I hear you. LOUD AND CLEAR. I might not love some things about B’s new school but at least I don’t have to deal with the burning judgment of uber-religious parents. It’s soul-killing.

  5. Woo! I was stuck in Catholic school for a while, and it was fucking AWFUL. I’m already not looking forward to being civil with other parents once my kid starts school. I can’t imagine her going to a school like I did. *shudder*

  6. Braless mornings sound awesome!

    That is an awesome shirt!

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