Is it bad that I care more about what Big Sis is going to be for Halloween then the level and regimen of math she is getting at her school?
Should I be attending the two meetings fellow parents have set up, to explore extra-curricular math "games"?
Is it strange that I think doing any sort of math as an extra-curricular does not sound fun at all ("game" indicates fun no? or actually...competition?)?
Should I be thinking about my child getting into an ivy-league institute of learning when she is only 6?
I don't give into peer pressure very well, is that abnormal?
How many extra-curricular activities should my children be involved in? Is 2 each enough? or too much?
Is it strange that ever since I started planning and making dinner for my family almost every day, that my you're-a-good-mother/wife level has gone up a lot? And that attacking my daughter's math education does not add to this level at all?