When do Parents Need a Time Out? | Red Neck Child Leash

When do Parents Need a Time Out? | Red Neck Child Leash

Bill Belew has raised 2 bi-cultural kids, now 34 and 30. And he and his wife are now parenting a 3rd, Mia, who is 8.

Parents Time Out
Parents Time Out

When do Parents Need a Time Out? | Red Neck Child Leash

“Bobby Joe! I am going to the chopper show.”

“Take Homer with  you.”

“Ah … it’s crowded. And I am afraid he’ll get run over.”

“Nah … put him on a leash. He’ll be fine.”

“A leash. A leash. I ain’t got no leash. Can’t find no rope. The duct tape is all out. What am I gonna use for a leash dang it?”

“Look under the kitchen sink!”

“Here’s some detergent. That won’t work. Here’s the plunger. Hmm … maybe I can put it on his head and hold the handle. Nah. Here’s a dustpan. Nope. Here’s some old plastic bags. That’s it. They got lotsa gimmees at the show. And I want to bring them home with me. And look, if I tie this here and that here I can.

“Bobby Joe. I got it figgered out. Me and Homer’s leavin’ now. We’ll be back fer dinner.”

“That’s great, pickles. I have some squirrel stewing and ‘possum roasting.”

“Yum. I’ll bring home some grits, mush and pig head cheese.”

“And don’t forget to bring Homer back home, too. I am making his favorite. Corn on the cob. He can enjoy it while he still has his teeth.”

Does this Daddy need a time out?

Read about more parents who need a time out:

Here they are:

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Talk to Bill and others about their experiences raising bi-cultural Japanese-American kids.

 

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