Is your children's behavior outside of your home a clear and accurate indication of your parenting skills and/or how they act in your home? (Meaning if they act like bratty lunatics at a restaurant, then it's clear that's how you allow them to act at home).
It seems to me that kids know they are out and about, sort of like when patients or subjects know they are being video taped, and act differently. Plus, new environments sort of lend themselves to the desire to explore.
River seems to think otherwise (read comments). What do you think?
Did you miss the podcast last night? Click the media player in the side bar while you flip around. Just know it's definitely rated NC-17 +, so make sure your kids are firmly planted in front of the television and far away from your computer.
And finally, I had good intentions of linking all the Blog Exchange participants, however as it turns out, it's not IE like I thought, but moreso my slow computer. So, read some kickass letters to "Mr. President" today. And if you'd like to participate in the Blog Exchange next month, make sure to add (www.theblogexchange.net) to your feed readers. I update it around the 15th of every month.