Colleges send out lists telling students what to bring to campus. This list, in the hands of a helicopter parent, is a meaningless document undoubtedly meant for someone else’s kid. You can plead guilty if:
1. Your version of a first-aid kit bears no resemblance to the school’s.
The school suggests your child coordinate with her roommates and only one of them bring one of those pre-packaged first-aid kits that contain little packets of aspirin and antibiotic ointments. You guffawed so loud when you read that part that they heard you in Connecticut.
What exactly will having one aspirin do for your daughter when she has menstrual cramps?
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