I’m Glad That’s Not My Kid.

We’ve all heard this, and possibly said it, “I’m glad that’s not my kid.”

It applies to the kid throwing sand at the beach, or that other kid throwing a tantrum under the clothes rack at Target. 

Sometimes it’ll be a kid pushing other kids at the playground, or the one over there eating dirt.

Lets face it, our kids are all capable of these heinous acts, and much much more. So it’s a safe bet that, at some point, someone has uttered, “I’m glad that’s not my kid.” about your kid.

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