When do Parents Need a Time Out? | Shopping for Baby

When do Parents Need a Time Out? | Shopping for Baby

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.

When do Parents Need a Time Out? | Shopping for Baby

Parents Time Out
Parents Time Out

Daddy sometimes jokes when he sees people with little kids in their shopping carts.

“Look, Mia, they are buying a baby. I wonder where you can find babies for sale in this store.”

Now, I think daddy isn’t joking.

Some stores might be selling babies.

And you can find them in the dairy aisle. Next to the butter.

Can’t tell from the picture.

Was the baby left here?

Is the baby for sale here?

Maybe the baby was crying and got all hot headed and such and needed some cooling off.

“Excuse me. Can you tell me where the dairy aisle is? I need to put my baby in the refrigerator.”

“Excuse me. Do you have a price checker? I want to know how much this baby costs?”

“Excuse me. The bar code seems to have fallen off this baby. Can you do a price check for me?”

“Ladies and Gentlemen. Blue light special in the dairy aisle. $3 a pound for the baby. Get ’em while they are little. When the weight goes up so does the price per pound.”

“Mommy. Can you get me some bread to go with this butter?”

“Where’s my glasses? Dang it. This tub is not ice cream. It’s butter!”

Does this mommy or daddy need a time out?

Read about other parents who might need a time out.

Here they are:

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

When do Parents Need a Time Out? | Leashing Your Baby

When do Parents Need a Time Out? | Computer Accessories – Baby Mouse

When do Parents Need a Time Out? | Ice Cream and Caffeine Fix

When do Parents Need a Time Out? | Babysitting with Duct Tape

When do Parents Need a Time Out? | How to Give a Tattoo

When do Parents Need a Time Out? | Baby is not a Laptop Desk

When do Parents Need a Time Out? | How to Hold a Gun

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

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