|There is something wrong with you|
|Written by Dr. Celeste Lopez|
|Friday, February 01, 2013 2:19 PM|
There comes a time in every parent’s life when you look at that beautiful child, the child that you would do anything for, the child whose life you treasure above your own, and you realize, “there is definitely something wrong with that kid.” You know the moment. For me, it was when my son decided it would be a good idea to ride the laundry basket down the stairs. To top it off, my staircase isn’t even straight. Apparently, he thought he could ride it around the curve like a bobsled.
Sadly for my son, he lives in the real world and not a cartoon. I heard the bang when he hit the railing and then the thumping of a big goofball rolling down the stairs. I found him at the bottom of the stairs looking surprised but unhurt, as he seemed amazed that his brilliant plan hadn’t worked.
He immediately told me, “don’t worry, I’m alright,” to which I can only shake my head and think “there is definitely something wrong with you.”
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