So, think about it. When you have children, you seem to always put their needs before anything else. It's a great thing to do, a selfless thing to do. You seem to want to teach them good things that will help them and be a good example for them at all times.
Baby T is at the age where he copies a lot of what we do as his parents, whether it's our actions or words. This can be either a positive or negative experience for them. For example, if I put my 'flip flops' (his lastest word) on, then he wants to. If I say I am going to give a prayer before dinner, then he folds his arms like we do. On a negative note, if I maybe curse when I drop something on my foot, then he will repeat that same word and somehow add it to his vocabulary. Are you catching my drift here?? Children keep you in check with yourself. They humble you and teach you new things everyday as you are teaching them. What an awesome experience it is. And I don't think this experience will ever end.....will it?
So agree with me, or disagree with me if you may, but either way, get out there and have some children and teach them well.
*We took a Costco run yesterday to stash up on diapers, and see he is wearing his flip flops and so was I!