I know there have probably been threads on this in the past, but I just have to ask because yesterday, walking through my development, I saw in the yard of the corner house a young dad rocking the baby in one arm, texting with the other hand, and all the while kicking a ball around for the dog to play with. I smiled and thought: There is someone who was born to be a parent!
A few years ago in the supermarket, a kid was having a meltdown about wanting something his mom refused to buy. He shrieked at her, “I HATE YOU!” To which she calmly replied, “Well, I love you.” Like magic the kid quieted right down.
I’m not a parent myself, but if there were an award I would gladly hand it to both these parents. So, what are your award-winning parenting experiences?