Stone Soup Classics by Jan Eliot for October 17, 2020


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    momofalex7  9 days ago

    Good question.

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    ChristineFoxdale  9 days ago

    Maybe it should be “Why?” rather than “How?”

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    gbars70  9 days ago

    Well the kid seems perpetually happy; something to be said for that.

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    Dean  9 days ago

    Sleeping with their glasses on will get them all busted up….Very expensive!

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    muffi  9 days ago

    I think that the third panel demonstrated parenthood perfectly :)I had one. It was More than enough. Then I got smart.

    I got dogs ;)

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    Femi Aminat  Premium Member 9 days ago

    Some people love the Merry go round called “Parenthood”… that movie…. :^)

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    nmb41  9 days ago

    Max is a real handful. It is too bad there was no real age progression in this strip. Twenty years of a 2 year old is a lot for anyone.

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    Shamies  9 days ago

    Lack of discipline, cause you problems. Who is the parent ? and who is the child?

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    mi_sbs  9 days ago

    My parents stopped at one. Either because they knew they couldn’t top the one they had. Or, more likely, they didn’t want to make that mistake again.

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    hk Premium Member 9 days ago

    Hey, you created him that way.

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    Flatlander, the commentator formally known as...  9 days ago

    And so it came to pass

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    BeniHanna6 Premium Member 9 days ago

    Good God, have these two ever read a book on parenting?

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    kab2rb  9 days ago

    Max got what he wanted, that been my boy when he was younger, did not know he needed his ears done, and we had hard time for him sleeping in his own bed.

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    becida  9 days ago

    All the kids are unique individuals, the next one ought to be different!

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    raybarb44  9 days ago

    The answer to “how” cannot be said on comic strips I believe….

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    JoanHelen  9 days ago

    Probably accidentally :)

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    Nicki's ZoMcYo Premium Member 9 days ago

    It’s called being a parent and setting boundaries. Being firm and setting clear rules appropriate for the age is not mean- it’s loving.

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    Skylark Premium Member 9 days ago

    My first one was a ‘Max’. Then I had 2 more…totally different. I didn’t ask why, we just went about raising them with some rules, consistency and lots of love. They act, you goes on.

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    pamela welch Premium Member 9 days ago

    LOLOL – I asked my niece and her husband that after their 1st who always slept in their bed; they now have 4, so i guess there’s always a way ;-)

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    Ricky Bennett  8 days ago

    I had five. The house was always like an 8.6 on the Richter scale…

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    Ceeg22 Premium Member 7 days ago

    Was the roof involved at all?

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