The accumulation of time is a remarkable thing.
I currently have two kids in braces (cash donations are welcome). Yesterday I examined their teeth and noticed, to my astonishment, that their teeth had not moved AT ALL since the day before.
I’m going to ask for a refund.
Or maybe their teeth are moving incrementally, and the orthodontist is using time to his advantage.
A little each day + several days = large movements.
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Every parent knows this.
Your newborn baby needs you. REALLY needs you. They can’t survive without you.
You feed them, you change them, you love them.
And then one day–when the time is right–you refuse to pick up their spoon. They have to guide it into the cereal hole themselves. Continue reading
And aren’t you thankful for that?
One look around your family will prove that we each have our unique features. And if you have children, look out!
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