The Top 10 Things I Hate About Kids
Posted On July 2, 2021
I’m not sure where the term “fun” came from, but I always felt like I needed a “fun day” to spend my time with my family.
So when I got to a place where I was getting my hair done, I didn’t have any idea what to expect.
I remember thinking, “Oh my God, I don’t know what this is all about, but what the heck.”
I’m so used to going to the salon, or going to my doctor, or whatever to have my hair cut and styled and I don?t know what to think about that.
So I did what any parent would do, and I did it in front of my kids.
I don?re even talking about my kids here, because they?re not even in the picture.
I think I?m talking about two boys and a girl, ages 11 and 12, who, despite the fact that they?ve been friends for so long, have never really met in person.
Their parents are divorced, and their dad is the head of the police department.
My dad?s a cop, my mom?s not.
There?s no reason to believe they will ever grow up to be cops.
They?ve got the typical teenage angst, and there?s nothing wrong with that.
But it is very important that they know that if they ever want to be part of something, they have to work for it.
When they get older, I am sure they will learn how to be better parents and will help me out with all the challenges my kids face.
What?s more important is that they learn how much they want to become police officers and what it means to be a good one.
It?s one thing to be good at something like this, but it is quite another to be able to protect others from harm.
They?ve never been in the police force.
If you?re going to be an officer, you have to put yourself in harm’s way.
I always say to them: You?re never going to become an officer if you don?m not willing to put your life on the line.
I never knew how to explain this to them, but their parents always told them that.
I mean, they?d say, “It?s all in your head, baby.”
I think what I taught them was that when you have a problem, there?re no right or wrong answer.
It all depends on what you feel like doing.
They know what they want, but they don?ve to put their life on hold and do what they feel is right.
They want to know that they are not a liability to the community, but that if something happens to them in the line of duty, that they can come back from it with their head held high.
I was always trying to instill in them the sense that if you need help, you?ll get it.
They love to see me in their videos, and they like to watch my photos on social media.
So that is really the big difference between them and the average kid, who might have a girlfriend, or a boyfriend, or just want to have fun.
They think, “I am doing my best to help everyone out.”
I have a feeling they are more likely to accept help when it is needed, even if they have been through a lot in their lives.
I want them to know I know what it feels like to get that adrenaline rush.
They need that sense of accomplishment, that sense that they did something good, and that they saved someone?s life.
They also need to know there is always hope.
We are all different, and every person is going to have challenges.
I know that because of the people who have taught me that, and because of my parents, who are just always there for me, and my siblings, who know that the person who saves their life is a real person, not some cartoon character.
All of us have had some tough times in our lives, but if we?ve learned to look at it in the right light, we can get through it.