Five Rules For Being A Toddler Parent

Five Rules For Being A Toddler Parent


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  1. You have no idea how much I needed to read this today. Thank you!

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  2. After watching & hearing a toddler running through a busy department store screaming they needed to pee, the wife decided to teach the daughter to say "sit" instead of "pee". only problem was the daughter's soft palate hadn't hardened as of yet and so she had a terrible lisp. Sit became Shit and she'd run through any public place screaming she had to shit, funny as hell! Oops, that didn't work out so well, eh?

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  3. How dare you run out crackers! My kids also always have their favorite foods at all times. When my child asks for a Nestle Crunch at 4 am, my angel gets a Nestle Crunch at 4 am. If we don't have one in the house, I bundle my precious up in her favorite princess outfit and drive 45 minutes to the nearest 24 hour store, making sure to sing "Let it Go" the entire time so sweetie doesn't fall asleep neglected. Really though, that doesn't happen. My house is always stocked with all of the possibilities of any foods that she may ask for at any time ever. Because I am a good mom.

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    1. I seriously doubt you have every possibility. Do you have frog's legs? How about chicken boogers? What you gonna do when your kid asks for frog's legs with a side of chicken boogers? Have you thought about that? Huh?! Have you?!

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    2. LOL made my day, haven't laughed so much in a while:)

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  4. Having a stocked pantry doesn't make you a good mom, it just makes you a mom with a stocked pantry.

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  5. Having a stocked pantry to satisfy the whim of a child makes you a slave to the child. What will this child grow up as, having weak parents who pander to the child's every whim? And you think you are a good parent......

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