WTF are you looking at?!

So my son is having a full-blown tantrum, what exactly is your problem? I am talking to you old lady. The one shaking her head with that “Oh dear!” look on her face. This is what kids do. Do you think I am enjoying myself? Picking up boxes of cereal off the supermarket floor, or worse splattered produce, is not something I asked for when I walked in with my kid. Listen Blondie. Just wait until you get knocked up and you find burp stains all over that pretty blouse. Think about that while you roll your eyes at me from behind those oversized sunglasses. Am I happy that he keeps pulling up and down the tray table a thousand times before take-off? Of course not, but I am not sure that stuffing him in the overhead bin would stop him from screaming. And yes, I do realize that this business trip you are on, Sir, is considered a vacation from your family, but such is life with a kid (you of all people should know!). Whatever you are thinking in your head is the solution (spanking, reasoning, punishing, pleading…) keep it to yourself because you obviously don’t get it. It’s just not that simple. That’s parenthood and sometimes it just plain sucks. Like right now when my son is spread eagle in the middle of the street kicking and screaming. I deal with it and frankly so should you.

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4 thoughts on “WTF are you looking at?!

  1. Seattledad says:

    I like to pretend most adults understand.  But I am sure that is not the case. Like they were never a kid.

  2. DesignerDaddy says:

    We took a trip a while back and sat right behind a young woman who at one point said in a loud whisper to her traveling partner “I always end up in front of the kid!” Our kid wasn’t that bad (this trip) but what I loved was the fact that the airline attendant fell all over himself giving us and our son extra attention, and essentially ignored the snooty chick in front of us. Score one for the power of cute babies!

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