Porcelain Kids

BrutallyHonestDad

porcelain-doll-restoration“The More Risks you allow children to take, the better they learn to take care of themselves”- Ronald Dahl

I was a rainy Saturday afternoon and I was stretched out on the couch flipping through the channels when my son and his new buddy walked in the back door. After saying hello, my son asked his friend if he wanted a snack. He said yes and they went into the kitchen with me following.

I asked them if they wanted me to make them something and as they nodded their approval my sons fried asked if we had any “non-dairy” cheese and gluten free tortilla chips so we could make nachos. As the dumbfounding look waved over my face I responded that all our cheese is dairy and that I honestly didn’t even know what gluten was.

I then waved them off and told them that I would just make…

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2 thoughts on “Porcelain Kids

  1. And I just remembered how the BBC blew my cover story about the kids suffering from a terribly contagious deathly illness that meant they weren’t going to be in school for a few days.

    Right there on BBC 3’s coverage of Glastonbury were my scruffy looking kids sat up on shoulder right up front with cameras giving a full view of them rocking the shit out of Chemical Brother’s set.

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