Parenting is Fun – Part I

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Parenting is Fun – Part I

Being parents is a blessing and the most wonderful experience when could ever get. It is also the biggest responsibility which can sometimes overwhelm you especially in this pandemic times. But remember parenting is  fun too. Still not sure how? Read On to enjoy the hilarious experiences of fellow parents :

Thank God !!: 

My great-nephew is five years old and loves sports, yet he was amazed when he visited his friend’s house and realized they were hunters. There he saw antlers, mounted deer heads, and shotguns. He came home all excited. “Mom, for Christmas I want a bow and arrow or a gun!” he said. “I’m sorry, buddy,” his mom replied, “but we’re just not hunting people.” “Oh, I don’t want to hunt people, Mom,” he said. “I want to hunt animals.” William Livers


I didn’t know lying to kids could be so dangerous.

From Reddit user u/D*ckyBurd:

My sister baked some cookies to share at work, and when her 3 year old daughter seen them on the plate on the counter she asked for one. Instead of explaining she wasn’t allowed to have one, my sister lied and said they were “yucky,” implying it was a bad batch.

My sister, confident that her lie was successful turned her back to finish cleaning up. She heard the plate being removed from the counter and turned around just in time to see all the cookies slide off the plate into the garbage.

Her daughter smiled and just said “yucky.”

Priorities : 

After moving to the country, my three-year-old daughter and I were often alone in our house. Because we lived in a rural area with no close neighbors, I wanted to make sure my daughter would be able to call 911 in the event that something happened to me. After instructing her, I decided to test her: “OK, what would you do if you found me on the floor and you couldn’t wake me up?” I could see her little brain working. To my surprise she finally said, “I would go into the kitchen and eat anything I want.” Laura Albrecht

The best Secret Keeper : 

After having a brand-new car for one day, I came home from Black Friday shopping with a fender bender. I told my three-year-old granddaughter, Landree, not to tell Papa or he’d be upset. Pretty soon, here comes Papa and he looked in the garage. Not saying anything, he went back downstairs to his man cave. I asked Landree if she had told Papa. She emphatically said, “No, I didn’t Gigi!” I said, “Well, what did you tell him?” She said, “I told him three times, ‘whatever you do, do NOT look in the garage!’” Dianne Kreick

I too love puppies :

After I had our second child, I was anxious to get home from the hospital to show my five-year-old daughter her new sister. When I got out of our car, I asked my daughter what she thought of her new sister. She looked a little disgusted and replied, “I told you that I wanted a puppy!” Pam Vogel

Queen and ” Servant”  a fairy tail:

When one of our grandsons was about eight years old, he announced at a family gathering that I treat my wife like a queen. Hmm. I puffed myself up and asked him a question, expecting that the answer would give me similar stature. “Since I treat her like a queen, what does that make me?” His immediate response? “A servant.” So much for my ego. Jim

Hence Proved:

I was showing my daughter this old “pull my thumb off and put it together again” trick.

— Daddy, how do you do it?

— Just look closely! Now I’m pulling it right off…Ta-dah! It’s back!

— But it’s just impossible to pull off your thumb like that!

— Is it? Take a look! I’m pulling it off…

— Stop! Now, give it to me!

Valid Point: 

The other day when we were in the car, my 5 year old says to me “mom you know how you tell me I can’t say dum, I said yes, he told me “there is dum in my name, Adam”  – u/MayaAdam

Clap Clap Clap: 

I was in the store with my recently potty-trained 2-year-old when she told me she needed to go potty, so we ran to the bathroom.She started doing her business as someone took the stall beside us. She asked if that lady was going potty too, and I told her she was. When the lady finished up, my daughter started clapping and shouted, ‘You went potty all by yourself! Good job, lady!'” —d49f75e598

And Sorted to Gryffindor :
My 4 year old daughter has been fascinated by bridges lately. We were walking across one and just to see what she would say, I asked “are you going to be a civil engineer?” She replied “NO! I’m gonna be a witch!”. -u/ Mirandacake

I hope you you had fun. You can share your experiences and we can write them in next articles.

Sources: Reddit, Buzzfeed, Brightside, Working Mom etc.


Apoorva Yadav Kamboj.

By | 2021-06-16T10:19:12+00:00 June 16th, 2021|Laughter Dose, Parenting and Child Care|4 Comments


  1. Britney Wells August 8, 2023 at 7:24 am - Reply

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    • Apoorva Yadav Kamboj August 9, 2023 at 5:54 am - Reply

      Thankyou so much and I appreciate it a lot 🙂

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