Solid Parenting (20 Photos)

Every time I think I am screwing up with my kid I can look at there and feel better about my parenting skills.

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3 Responses to Solid Parenting (20 Photos)

  1. Bob Sutter August 19, 2010 at 1:26 pm #

    Please remove the woman on a Segway from this selection. While I realize what it looks like, I feel you should read this article and reconsider…

    http://gizmodo.com/5602600/i-am-very-sorry-segway-stroller-lady

  2. Tute August 19, 2010 at 1:40 pm #

    LOL love this post!! hahah

  3. busted mirror August 19, 2010 at 9:06 pm #

    Although I sort of agree with Bob on this Segway pic and I have some compassion with anyone that has had the pain of being diagnosed with cancer as well as all the suffering brought on to friends and families of the unfortunate one…. But at the same token one could ask, why is it that some bound to wheelchairs can cross the entire USA in a chair as well as ones who have lost limbs obtain prosthetics and run in marathons?

    I have many physically challenged friends who are blind, lost limbs, or are wheelchair stricken and to be honest all of them do not consider themselves handicapped. I look for no special treatment and prefer to do most everything for themselves. I would have to say their was one exception I will always remember, my Mother, being legally blind would always want me to thread a needle for her…. but yet she would sew whatever was needed.

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