Answer by Queenofscrap at 11:01 AM on Jan. 29, 2011
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Answer by tyfry7496 at 11:39 AM on Jan. 29, 2011
They could be, but there are so many things that they don't teach you. Being a parent has taught me more than any class ever could. I have learned how to organize my time, get dried food off of any hard surface, how to get bubble gum out of hair. I have learned that I am the world's worst artist, but kids think I am the greatest. I have been taught how to get my child's foot out of a really tight hole, with out breaking his foot. I have also learned that an non-emergency call gets the ambulance here in 2 minutes. I have learned to keep the magic marker up out of the reach of little hands. I have learned how to cook dinner, wash, dry, and fold laundry, calm a crying baby, and do dishes all at the same time. I have learned that the smallest gesture makes for the happiest kids. But most of all, I have learned how to love. These are things that can not be taught in class.
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