In Case of Emergency, Interrupt

Children need to learn patience. They can always wait a few more minutes to interrupt your grocery store conversation


…unless they have THE LOOK. In that case, RUN!



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11 thoughts on “In Case of Emergency, Interrupt

  1. Wow. Chelsea. You do get to the heart of the matter. Parents worse nightmare when a child has to pee at the most inopportune times. I used to talk to an older guy who took his grandson to the park and when he wanted to pee took him behind a tree. When child molestation became news, he discontinued doing this in case he was accused of the crime. No shortcuts in life.

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    1. I …may do this with my sons. But, I get away with a lot being a mom vs. a guy having a young boy with him. Sad, but it happens.

      There is also an awful lot of unsupervised peeing outside with boys that I don’t find out about till later…


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