I am a mother who doesn’t believe that she should be punished for not being perfect.
That’s not the same thing as not having children, which is not a matter of opinion, as much as it is a matter about what a person should be able to do.
I don’t believe the government should have the power to make me or my children behave like idiots.
I think it should give us the right to choose what is best for our children, and I think our children deserve better than that.
I want them to have the ability to express their intelligence, their feelings, their emotions, their interests and their dreams, and they deserve the right not to be bullied and harassed and discriminated against.
I am convinced that I want my children to be better than I am, and that they deserve better, not worse.
And I don.
So what does this mean for you?
For one thing, it means that you can now enjoy the cereal straw, Chex Mix cereal, or Kellogg’s Cereal Stick in your child’s lunchbox, rather than in a cupboard.
I also want you to stop eating a large, unhealthy amount of cereal.
Because it’s not healthy.