Having children requires an incredible sense of humor. Every parent has stories galore of funny things their children did or said. Sometimes it’s not so funny so you must laugh anyway because humor dulls the pain. So here’s a smile for your day with my
“Kid Humor” flashback:
My third son is quite the character. He’s the funny that is both smart wit mixed with intense sarcasm. Sometimes he says things he should be corrected on, but inside you’re seriously holding in the laughter and smile (because he’s just that good).
I have five children, but was only able to deliver the first one naturally. My second child I was enduced having not gone into labor on my own so a petosin drip line was given to me and then the doctor said, “let’s wait and see”.
Many hours later I should have been ready to deliver, all the signs lined up and I was “ready”. But something wasn’t right.
My son had trouble getting in the correct position to deliver the entire pregnancy. At one point during the
Parenting is a bit like an oar. Study the oar, it is a plank of wood that has been sanded and softened, yet is durable, resilient and strong. The sanding is all over, but the edges are where it is best shown the curves and soft edges of its grooming. This is so when the oar is pulled through the water it cuts right in smoothly instead of choppy or hard. It makes the experience more enjoyable and comfortable for all who transport in the boat or canoe.
As a parent