Re: Feeling bad over silly things
you sound fine to me girl!
What a great thing to do, if he wanted to be matching you could have just gave him the pair of socks. LOL.
I think you DaVinci is right, you did teach him to improvise.
As for your memory, the majority of people who have children have poor memories. think of your memory as a large cupboard, you just keep pushing things in there and never tidy it out, you loose some things, you know they are in there you just cant find them. Its time to stop hoarding rubbish, have a clear out in your cupboard (mind) store all the important stuff and bin any thing that doesnt really matter. I have the same problem, my memory was so bad I went to the docs, she did tests and I am normal. I find it a good idea to keep a diary and write things down, that way I don't need to remember it, its in the book. I have a daily do chart in the kitchen, what the kids do (and me sometimes) every day, times, costs etc. it includes things like the days homework is due, remember to take water bottle to school, grans for tea on Thursdays, regular things, but you dont have to remember them.