Jan 27, 2008

Childcare Instructions for beginners

My wife passed this on to me, she got it from a friend, yada yada...

Anyway, I have made at least 4 of the errors described in here. Can you name them?




























10 comments:

  1. I admit it, but I only put the kid in the dryer once, and only because the microwave was on the fritz.

    Doc

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  2. I don't believe you did any of those to Skyler. Being the childless adult that I am, I will say I only laughed at 3 or 4 or 9 or 10 of the cartoons. The rest were not a laughing matter - really - I wasn't laughing at all.

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  3. Where did you find those? They're hilarious.

    One of them reminds me of the time my infant son was sleeping between the two of us. Early in the morning I got up to use the bathroom, and while I was gone my son rolled over and got a mouthful of daddy's hairy nipple. Neither one of them was very happy about it.

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  4. I was lifted up by my head all the time and I turned out okay, right?
    ...Right?!

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  5. Oh man, those are hilarious. You're an airhorn and alcohol guy, I bet.

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  6. Doc: we all do what we have to in a pinch!

    Suze: I believe you, sure I do... ;^)

    Kirby: Friend sent them to me, don't know where they got them! Skyler chomped down on me once when he was a baby, I don't know how you mothers do it.

    GKL: You turned out bestest!

    Beckeye: Well, alcohol goes with about anything, wouldn't you agree?

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  7. These are great. Many of these are, in fact, bad for babies. However they are fine for toddlers.

    I pick my 2yr old's nose all the time, and my 5 yr old can just about beat me in chess.

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  8. Hilarious, but the sad thing there are some people who actually do the WRONG ones on here.

    They can be found on the southside of Chicago, and in Kentucky.

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  9. shit, I need one of those dog run cages RIGHT NOW!!

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  10. This is very funny. But it's not very far from most of the child rearing books we used to read when ours were younger.

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