How to be a Good Parent

1. Feed your child cottage cheese that is of a questionable date. Smell it first, and when it smells fine go ahead. Halfway through said snack take a bite yourself to realize that it actually taste like poison. Make husband taste to confirm. Dump out and feed screaming child more timely cottage cheese.

2. After your child is full of good and bad cottage cheese put him on the floor to use his newly found crawling skills. Take away the plastic bag he is trying to eat by picking him up. When picking him up find half a moth and realize your child ate the other half.

3. Apply for parent of the year.

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5 Responses to How to be a Good Parent

  1. Brower Family says:

    I think we have all had days like this. Only, you are brave enough to post about it! I just pretend that I am a perfect parent! haha. I think that you would be a great contender for Parent of the Year!!

  2. amy says:

    Ha! Moms are funny. Especially you.

  3. Casey says:

    Sounds like a case of preggo brain to me. :) Besides, I am sure the moth was highly nutritious.

  4. Billie and Brian Taggart says:

    I am pretty sure moth dust is good for you!

  5. Penny says:

    Makes me want to gag. I won't even eat leftover salads. Poor Harmon, he is at your mercy, until he gets older, and then he might not care what he eats.

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