-2To tell the truth I can't help but miss my ex fiancee. We both had babies by other people while on a break. I love my kids, but honestly everytime I look at them I wish they were by my ex. I should've been the one she got pregnant by. It's been almost a year and I can't stop thinking about being with her. Call me crazy or dumb but since she left for good I'm realizing how much I'm in love with her.
+5Students who participate in the National School Walkout Day should be subject to the discipline the school currently uses for 'skipped' classes. Nothing less, and nothing more. To encourage participation by not punishing these kids or to discourage participation by applying harsher penalties only exposes the school to risk of litigation. Do not politicize our schools.
Little Kids with Bad Habits? There was this little kid who had a bad habit of sucking his thumb. His mother finally told him that if he didn’t stop sucking his thumb, he'd get fat. Two weeks later, his mother had her friends over for a game of bridge. The boy points to an obviously pregnant woman and says, “Ah, ha! I know what you’ve been doing!” Link: https://www.free-funny-jokes.com/funny-parent-jokes.html - Parent Joke 15
Little Kids Daughter: I will never learn to spell. Mother: Why? Daughter: The teacher keeps changing the words. Link: http://jokes.skem9.co.uk/cat/Spelling-jokes/2
+2Secret#3. I accidentally got two women pregnant around the same time. Now I worry how my kids are gonna view me when they get older.
-2I feel like women use me just to have a baby. I just want to be a good father, but my children have crazy mothers. I wish they can grow up one day and realize it's not about their wants but the kids NEEDS.
+4I hate that everyone I meet seems to assume I've been to prison and have a hand full of kids.
+8I'm only 24 years old at feel I'm too young to start a family, amirite? My last relationship she wanted to have kids and get married. At this time in my life I just want to live life.
+12The 'greatest generation' did not need a college education, traditional jobs with pensions and healthcare benefits lifted the entire nation. The Boomers, to be successful, needed either a traditional job or a higher educations. Most did OK and were able to put their kids through college because their employers paid for healthcare. With Gen-X, the rules had changed. Those without an education were hard pressed to compete and could not live better than their parents had. They continue to struggle to afford college for their kids and many will go bankrupt when they face common illnesses like cancer, heart disease or diabetes; health care is just too expensive for many of them. The Millennials are on their own. If they cannot get congress to pass universal healthcare and education finance reform their children may never experience the American dream.
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