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December 31, 2007

PARENTHOOD

It's not easy.

(Thanks to DavCat)

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Probability of divorce for this couple: 99.99%

"Mmmmm, ven did ze trouble start? tell me about your childhood"

"Well Doctor, My parents left me in a stroller on a busy train station"

"Mein Gott!"

Wow! I've seen parents leave a baby on top of the car and start driving away. Sometimes I worry about this planet.

Come on, people. You've all done that at least once, right??

No??

um...

BAD PARENTS!!!

Hey, give them a break. Haven't we ALL mistaken our American Touristers for our child??

Haven't we?

Huh?

*unlocks front door and waits for DSS*

"Wow! I've seen parents leave a baby on top of the car and start driving away."

This is one of the less recognized mechanisms of evolution - parents too stupid for their offspring to survive.

None of the conductors watching the doors noticed an unattended stroller on the platform?

Keep in mind that these people haven't slept for 6 months.

When our car seat days are long gone, I hope to place on on top of the car and see how long it takes to cause a panic.

When I was pregnant with my oldest, I had so many nightmares about leaving the baby behind that I actually made a checklist that I carried around in my purse until he was about two!

yet another example of my OCD...

I have a similar problem misplacing the TV remote That's why I bought a Spare

Misplaced that one too. Finally attached Velcro to it and to my dog.

Ijust whistle and Bowser comes to the rescue. Tried to attach it to the wife, but she's always out when I need her. The spare remote is always attached to my beer.

I think one of the things that kept me from doing this was that, like DW, I had vivid nightmares about leaving my baby in the car in the parking lot at a mall or having a car accident and not being able to get my child out of the car. These dreams have definitely dropped off in recent years - last one happened early last year but tailored to teenage daughter. Unfortunately, one of my friends lived it out for real in November.

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