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I have three kids, and my “baby” just turned 9 last month.  So I really can’t benefit from the sound advice found below unless God surprises us with a fourth.  But for those of my readers who are new parents or expecting parents, here you go.

Thank you to Paul Stewart for giving me the best laugh of the day!


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27 comments
  1. Ah, man! I wish I would have had this advice for when my kids were little. I guess putting coffe in their baby bottles wasn’t such a good idea after all. Oh well, too late.

    Without a manual, it’s amazing my kids turned out as well as they did.

    (Thanks for the laugh!)

    Terries last blog post..Looking Back, Looking Forward

  2. Ah, man! I wish I would have had this advice for when my kids were little. I guess putting coffe in their baby bottles wasn’t such a good idea after all. Oh well, too late.

    Without a manual, it’s amazing my kids turned out as well as they did.

    (Thanks for the laugh!)

    Terries last blog post..Looking Back, Looking Forward

  3. Ah, man! I wish I would have had this advice for when my kids were little. I guess putting coffe in their baby bottles wasn’t such a good idea after all. Oh well, too late.

    Without a manual, it’s amazing my kids turned out as well as they did.

    (Thanks for the laugh!)

    Terries last blog post..Looking Back, Looking Forward

  4. Ah, man! I wish I would have had this advice for when my kids were little. I guess putting coffe in their baby bottles wasn’t such a good idea after all. Oh well, too late.

    Without a manual, it’s amazing my kids turned out as well as they did.

    (Thanks for the laugh!)

    Terries last blog post..Looking Back, Looking Forward

  5. @Marshall – very true, older brothers and sisters need to know not to put their little brothers and sisters in the dryer.

    @Terrie – this actually explains a lot with my kids (just kidding).

    @Matt – very true, I don’t see them sitting there playing chess.

    @Andy – the best sense of humor is one of the twisted variety.

  6. @Marshall – very true, older brothers and sisters need to know not to put their little brothers and sisters in the dryer.

    @Terrie – this actually explains a lot with my kids (just kidding).

    @Matt – very true, I don’t see them sitting there playing chess.

    @Andy – the best sense of humor is one of the twisted variety.

  7. @Marshall – very true, older brothers and sisters need to know not to put their little brothers and sisters in the dryer.

    @Terrie – this actually explains a lot with my kids (just kidding).

    @Matt – very true, I don’t see them sitting there playing chess.

    @Andy – the best sense of humor is one of the twisted variety.

  8. @Marshall – very true, older brothers and sisters need to know not to put their little brothers and sisters in the dryer.

    @Terrie – this actually explains a lot with my kids (just kidding).

    @Matt – very true, I don’t see them sitting there playing chess.

    @Andy – the best sense of humor is one of the twisted variety.

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