Don't Tell My Mom

By Molly Bice-Jackson - 1:31 PM



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I guess that's how they celebrate Pioneer Day in Spanish Fark. Heaven help me. I know my voice is the upmost annoying, but come on! WHAT WAS HE THINKING? And get this...Vic sent him down a second time. I won't tell you what happened. Let's just say the woman waiting in line with her three yr. old stepped out of line and said, "Well, I was going to send her, but after seeing that I've decided not to." And she ushered her daughter away under her protective arm while giving us the stink eye. 

So maybe it's a little bit funny. But be still my heart. No risks for this mommy, please! Is this really what dads are for?




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  1. oh, the dads are the worst. see a little kid walking dangerously near a busy road... look ahead a couple blocks and you'll find the dad, looking the other way.

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  2. YIKES!

    Good thing little Peter is safe - my hubs would've gotten a tongue-lashing. LOL.

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  3. Being an over-protective Mother is just fine... Dad's are a bit more brave.

    ToOdLeS.

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  4. My favorite part was the Jackson Grandpa chuckle in the background. Classic.

    This is a Jackson move, all the way. :)

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  5. Holy Cow... What was he thinking? Dad's will be Dad's~and they totally treat sons differently! Rough and tough! Peter handled the first slide down well, didn't he? Looks like he was ready to get right back up there!!

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  6. That is EXACTLY what Dads are for. I would ruin my kids into bubble children if not for my husband!

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  7. I guess Vic and Peter were on the same page as Peter was ready to go right back up again, huh?! I don't think our kids, or husbands at times, really understand what they are putting us through! I did think his determined face to go right back up was pretty cute, though!

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  8. WHY isn't the picture accompanying this post showing up on my screen? Have you deleted it purposely? Would it scare me? LYL - Mom

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  9. I just have to thank your for your testimony and your blog. I went to bed last night with the comforting words on your header "there is hope smiling brightly before us" yesterday I had to deliver my miscarriage and I know I can handle it and there are better days to come!

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  10. This makes me SO happy! What a brave lil boy!! haha

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  11. I agree that Dad's are there to push kids to do things that we as Moms would never have them do! My boys (and daughter) would grow up to be over protected wooses (sp?) if I raised them without their Dad!

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  12. OK, in all fairness this isn't just a Dad thing. In our relationship I am the one who says 'let's just see what they can do on their own'. I got scolded once for letting my two year old son fall off a rope ladder in Brooklyn, NY. But I wanted to let him try. I took my two year old on this same slide at the fair (I went with him though). He screamed all the walk up and held his breath all the way down. There may be a special place in hell for Moms who make their kids try scary things.
    -Jenny

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  13. Just found your blog- LOVE it!

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