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    Seeing as there is two of you I thought I'd start a thread where the SP dads can put stupid stories and inane advice. And you can ask dumb questions.

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    hahaha! stupid inane and dumb, i like the tone you set here!!

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    BEST THREAD IDEA EVER

    I've found a good thing to say when your kid starts a sentence with "I want..":

    "Well, I want a million dollars, so as soon as my wish is granted, yours will be too!"
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    Kids can't cry and look up at the same time. So when they start balling you say 'look! there's a helicopter!' and they stop.

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    (1) When my kids say: "I want _______."I say: "That's great! And I want a red truck!"

    (2) I scare the heck out of my kids regularly, daily I think. They have both gotten very good at reciprocating. My 4 year old just scared the hell out of me while I started browsing this forum!

    (3) I take my kids out to run errands and then I say "OK, Dad just made an executive decision. We are going to the ice cream shop and getting Sundaes, and there is NOTHING either of you can do to talk me out of it." Then they both start griping (in jest) "Awwww man! Ice cream sucks! We hate ice cream!"

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    My kids and I like to practice comedy routines together. Having fun and learning is what's it's all about.

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    Remember - if you swallow an appleseed, an apple tree will grow in your stomach.
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    This thread is great, more lies to tell kids please.
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    Whatever you do, NEVER promise a kid a reward if a target (at school or wherever) is achieved and then not follow through.

    I have bitter memories of my SP dad not following through on SO much stuff promised. e.g. holidays, outings, gifts...

    Oy, get away from me. I didn't ask for a hug. :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    BEST THREAD IDEA EVER

    I've found a good thing to say when your kid starts a sentence with "I want..":

    "Well, I want a million dollars, so as soon as my wish is granted, yours will be too!"
    My usual answer to this is "Well, I want a solid gold toilet, but we don't always get what we want, do we?"

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