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How to Be a Dad

Injury

My Wife just Said… #109

Posted by on May 16th, 2013, under "MY WIFE JUST SAID..."

“…Maybe I need stitches, the cut is really deep! Can you just sew me up?” [Level stare] “I’m a mom with four tattoos. I can deal with the pain.” -Elizabeth   For being such a hypochondriac every so often, my wife can sometimes be a real Mombro. Except without the Stallone slur. Thank goodness. P.S. […]

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Ninja Parent Lessons: The Pillow Paw

Posted by on June 6th, 2012, under INSTRUCTIONAL DIAGRAMS

The average height of a table is 26″-30″ and counters are around 36″. They all have corners and edges that kids’ heads are somehow magnetically drawn to when they’re passing through this height range. As a parent it’s your duty to protect your child. So obviously that includes making sure they don’t bash in their […]

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Hypo-kid-dria (How Kids Present Illness and Injury to Parents)

Posted by on August 30th, 2011, under INSTRUCTIONAL DIAGRAMS

  [ click the image to enlarge ] We’ve shown you a mother’s hypochondria (fearing the worst of a child’s illness or injury) with Hypo-mom-dria. With our Hyper-dad-dria illustration, we completed the parental picture by showing you a dad’s “put duct tape on it and walk it off” style of failing to see anything wrong. […]

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