7 Things My Kid Can do Better Than Yours

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He’s happy all the time too.

My kid is amazing.  There are so many things that he has mastered in his short little life, that it’s really too much to list them all here. It still amazes me that he can walk and talk after having been born without the ability to do so (I taught him that.)  While he can do a lot of things, there are just a few that he is way better at than your child.  Here’s seven:

  1. He can run way faster than your child.  In fact I think he can run faster than a cheetah. He scored 15 touchdowns in football this year.  I think it’s because he’s fast; way faster than your kid.
  2. He can read really big books.  They might not be long, but those 5000 Awesome Facts books are huge; way bigger than those Dr. Seuss books your kids read.
  3. He can poop really well.  He’s pretty regular and most of the time it comes out pretty clean.  Don’t ask me about wiping though, he hasn’t mastered that yet. Your kid still poops in a diaper right?
  4. He can put together huge Lego sets without even touching them.  He has mastered the art of having my wife and I do all of the construction for him.  Your kid probably puts them together himself. Sucker.
  5. He can hit a three pointer.  He’s gotten really good at basketball, maybe because he’s fast (see #1).  I’m pretty sure that your kid can’t even lift up a basketball.
  6. He can sit in silence and not whine about anything for a really long time.  In fact he has been known to agree to everything that I have ever said.  Your kid probably whines a lot and is disagreeable.
  7. He can add really big numbers together and sometimes get the right answer.  Your kid probably uses a calculator and has no idea what a number bond is.

But there is one thing that your kid can probably do better than mine, and that’s give YOU a hug.  So why does it all matter anyway?

-JW

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About Daddysincharge

After 15 years as a News Photographer in the fast paced world of television news, I am now knee deep in Legos and laundry as the stay at home dad to to little boys. It was my choice to stay at home, so don't look at me like I am some kid of freak show. We're all parents just trying to raise our kids the right way. Some might be better at it than others, but if our kids love us for who we are, who cares.

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