Monday, May 19, 2014

parenting

Does not come with a manual.

12 comments:

edutcher said...

Parent isn't a verb, it's a noun.

Maybe that's the first lesson.

Sixty Grit said...

Didn't make the catch, either. Focus, dude, focus!

Shouting Thomas said...

The kid didn't land on any important, unpadded parts.

Kids are pretty well padded.

Lem said...

ouch!

Lem said...

I had to watch that again. Dint notice anything unusual the first time around.

john said...

NTW. 5-second rule.

Chip Ahoy said...

[parenting] 93,200,00 in 0.20 seconds, maybe that is your first lesson, and maybe you're difficult of learning a new phrase.

AllenS said...

That's why I quit taking children sky diving.

Aridog said...

Eh, the dude dropping the tyke is the only thing in that video that I understood.

Dust Bunny Queen said...

Actually, Dad was doing a pretty good job there. He ran after the toddler (they can be damned fast and tricksie) grabbed him up before he could get run over by an adult. Then fended of an incoming ball that was about to hit his kid. He dropped him on the grass. At least it wasn't concrete or it wasn't horseshoes. Those REALLY hurt. No one is perfect.

Picked him back up and comforted the kid without making a huge fuss....(or creating a trigger event)

Good Dad.

:-)

ndspinelli said...

Kramer dropped "the baby" that looked like LBJ.

Unknown said...

There's always a gap - *a gasp* - a moment of silence - a moment of calm - a moment of reflection - It's almost a sigh of relief -- (perhaps everything is ok?) between the thunder and the lightening --
-- after a kid gets hurt.
Then that giant scream bursts forth.

The film missed that part.