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Stone Soup Classics by Jan Eliot for April 10, 2021

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    gbars70  2 months ago

    Actually, he feels a little warm…

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    HappyDog Premium Member 2 months ago

    Too late. The stink’s on you now.

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    loridobson Premium Member 2 months ago

    Maybe you can teach him how ‘Big Boys’ should act.

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    Dr_Fogg  2 months ago

    You can only carry friendship so far.

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    HappyDog Premium Member 2 months ago

    Andy may need some parenting skills eventually, so why not start now?

    As a friend of mine in the plumbing business used to say, “It washes off.”

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    raybarb44  2 months ago

    It comes with the territory…..

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    WF11  2 months ago

    When I was kid, teen, and young adult I was horrified at the idea of changing a baby and cleaning up (from either end). However, once I had my own kids, it wasn’t a big deal at all anymore. My brother commented that becoming a parent increases one’s gross-out tolerance immensely.

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    Night-Gaunt49  2 months ago

    Listen young man you change him. Be a man and change the kid.

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    gammaguy  2 months ago

    When I was three, my new baby brother arrived. I wanted to be helpful, so my mother taught me to clean and change the baby… and this in the days of safety pins and laundered diapers. Didn’t gross me out at all (nobody had told me it “should”), which was good training for my entire life.

    Once my mother could see that I knew how to — and wanted to — do a good job, that became “my” job, which I regularly did without supervision. I was very proud, and my mother was very pleased. 8^)

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