Making me proud on a daily basis

Ethan just walked in and says “Look mom, my watch is waterproof.” Now, to prove this, most kids would walk over to the sink and turn the water on, right? Not my son, nope, he just opened his mouth and spit on the watch.
They are *so* my kids!

5 thoughts on “Making me proud on a daily basis

  1. Sean

    I have to tell you this because I know you can relate. Here’s the link and here’s an excerpt:
    “More than 100 children held in a prison celebrated their freedom as US marines rolled into northeast Baghdad amid chaotic scenes which saw civilians loot weapons from an army compound, a US officer said.
    Around 150 children spilled out of the jail after the gates were opened as a US military Humvee vehicle approached, Lieutenant Colonel Fred Padilla told an AFP correspondent travelling with the Marines 5th Regiment.
    “Hundreds of kids were swarming us and kissing us,” Padilla said.
    “There were parents running up, so happy to have their kids back.”
    And to think this is what the war protesters were fighting. I wonder if they feel any shame at all? I doubt it. Moral superiority tends to shield people from feelings of guilt

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