You think picking him up every-other weekend, buying him FroYo and those stupid Skylander figures makes you a good parent?
It's convenient for you, making ME the bad guy all the time. But who deals with him loaded up on sugar, running around the house like a maniac? Who has to take time off of work when he gets in trouble at school again? Look at all the toppings you let him have: butterfingers, gummy bears, kiwi? Those shouldn't even go together.
You say you want to be around more, but you just disappear back to your new condo and he keeps terrorizing his teachers, classmates, everyone! I ask you time & time again for some help. I can't keep leaving my job. It's a powder keg there and that cunt of a boss is breathing down my neck. Our sales are the lowest they've ever been and you think she wants to hear me talk about Syria? Well, you're gonna hear it.
The teachers say our once sweet Syria is just a tyrant, and other kids are starting to act up because of him. I try talking to him at home, taking away his iPad, even threatening to smash his Wii with a sledgehammer! I'm throwing my hands up. I can't control him anymore. And the whole time everyone thinks you are just great! Stop pretending like you care. You don’t even return my texts! No one cares. No one wants to hear about Syria's problems. Our Syria is turning into a real little creep…
I guess a lot of things you've said about me are probably true. Lotta things I'd do different if I could. Russia you want to be the hero here? Be my guest. Let's let him live with you. We'll just see how you do. God knows I could focus a 'lil more at work. Do me a favor, though? I know about you dating that new, younger world power. Syria is always telling me "China this, China that, China's so cool." When you get home tired from work and usually share a glass of cab with China, but instead find out Syria got suspended again for hitting: You remember what is takes to make somebody a good parent. It has to do with constancy, it has to do with patience, it has to do with listening to them. You guys aren't use to that kind of responsibility, but at this point I have no other choice.