April 17, 2009
When my wife and I began having children we were young and very naïve. Like many people our age we thought we were prepared to start a family and had a list of things we thought they should learn and know. The problem of course was that neither of us shared that list with each other so when children came along we found ourselves at times at odds with one another as parents. This coupled with the fact that the hospital forgot to give us the owner’s manual or the warranty information on these kids made it extremely difficult to raise them right or make sure that their maintenance records were up to day in case we wanted to sell them as used kids later on. Even with this lack of proper documentation the kids turned out ok (despite my parenting skills according to my wife).