Saturday Smiles – the fun of parenting

My son was tapping his little brother with a toy hammer. I told him to stop hitting his brother. He replied, “I’m not hitting him, I’m fixing him.”

My four year old pooped on the front lawn in broad daylight with all my neighbours outside. He was also naked. Turns out he wanted to poop like the dog.

Fog is just clouds that have fell down. Dylan, age 6

A two year old is kind of like having a blender, but you don’t have a top for it.

Raili Tanska

Steps for Peace

The responsibility of raising good, kind ethical, responsible human beings is the biggest job anyone an embark on. As with any risk, you take a leap of faith and ask lots of wonderful people for their help and guidance..

Maria Shriver

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13 thoughts on “Saturday Smiles – the fun of parenting

  1. My son would be most embarrassed, were I to recount tales of his toddlerhood-or teen years, for that matter. Then again, his father would be most embarrassed, were his grandmother to start spilling.

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