His wife, who couldn’t make it that night, was insistent that he get a good photo of her first-born’s milestone. “Let me see!” See what I mean about the “fall”?
The quote is from Heinlein’s 1973 book Time Enough for Love, which has another gem that’s right up my alley: “Never underestimate the power of human stupidity.” Illustration: Heinlein’s portrait from the April-May 1953 issue of Amazing Stories (unknown artist).
Seriously: kids are generally smarter than their parents, and you survived! Back off.
Welch is an artist, and posted his “rules” on Facebook with the comment, “I ain’t raisin’ no princesses.” It went viral with more than 29,000 shares. On September 9, he posted this follow-up: The clock is most likely winding down on my little 15 minutes of fame. It’s been a lot of fun, and I’ve […]
You never know when — or where — someone is going to whisper something into your ear.
They’re not just for kids — and never have been!
Well sure it’s staged, but it’s still cute (if a little bit disturbing). That’s his little girl! Just remember: no drinking and driving, and when she says no, that means no.
Sometimes your career is clear from the very beginning.
Anyone with siblings has been called the wrong name multiple times. And probably most of us without siblings, too….
Children are natural mimics who act like their parents despite every effort to teach them good manners.