Today’s trek to the lighter side comes from a master of funny. You might consider this a classic, I do. I am pretty sure the theology is not completely accurate but the intent is quite freeing. I still say that whoever says kids are inherently good and learn to be bad has simply never been around kids. You don’t even need to have one, just being around them for oh…. 30 seconds should be enough to prove this. That is right, from day one they just come that way. Here is Bill Cosby’s explanation of why!
Whenever your kids
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Some jokes are funny. Some jokes are funny and true. This happens to be one of the later. I don’t know that it is a true story, but I expect similar conversations have taken place hundreds of times. So, true or not, enjoy the dialog as a teacher in Texas helps a little kindergarten boy put on his boots.
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He asked for help and she could see why. Even with her pulling and him pushing, the little boots still didn’t want to go on. Finally, when the second boot was on, she had worked up
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Every once in a while we, as parents, get the perfect opportunity to embarrass our kids. Be honest, most parents are actively looking for these opportunities. I bet some of you may even try to create them (that is fodder for another post though). When it comes right down to it we may not even be the cause of the embarrassment but there still something rewarding in it all. Don’t get me wrong, we love our children (at least I love mine) and would never do anything to intentionally hurt them. However, a good dose of embarrassment
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