#BestResponse Project: Phase 2

In my ongoing quest to vanquish the plethora of “Don’t Ever Say This” posts, I’m on a mission from God to craft some stock responses to the questions and comments that foster and adoptive parents hear all too often.

Last week, I asked you, my brilliant readers, to let me know what questions/comments you get often enough that you’d like to have a snappy retort in your back pocket. And boy did y’all deliver!! My facebook page hasn’t seen that much action since…


since ever, honestly.

Phase 2 is for y’all to vote on which ones you want us to work on first. You can vote for as many as you want, but you can only vote once. You can also add any other comments/questions you want us to work on.

I’ve think I already know which one I want to work on first – but I need y’all to pick the next one.

And since you’re here anyway, scroll on down and click to banner to vote for me. 🙂

It has recently come to my attention that not all of my readers can easily tell when I’m being sarcastic. That is truly unfortunate, so finding a solution was imperative. ^Obviously, the easiest answer is to assume that if something can be read with sarcasm, it should be;^; but that’s not really workable, I guess. After reviewing several options for a “sarcasm font”, I’ve come up up with my own system. Whenever you see italics inside carrots (^snark^), that is my “sarcasm font”.

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