“Having kids means a family has more love and happiness than other people.”
This was according to my eight year old son during his daily morning ramble on the way to school this morning. Naturally, because I am a
horrible wonderful mother, I decided to address this grave misunderstanding sentimental view. When I asked for clarification on what he said, he told me that families who decide to have kids are generally happier and love more things than a family without kids. In fact, a family without kids doesn’t actually fall under the category of “family”. Again, because I’m horrible wonderful, I asked, “You know there are people who don’t like kids, right?”
If my son had been driving, we would have been in the ditch for sure. My question brought out a response from him similar to if I had just lobbed a baby deer at his head. Evidently the thought of someone NOT liking kids is completely unfathomable to small children. “Mommy! We are fun, and snuggle, and play with toys…everyone likes kids!”
You guys are also loud, and obnoxious, and messy, and smelly, not to mention expensive! You know how I threaten to eat you in the morning? *shining mom moment* I asked, “That’s how some people feel about kids all the time. You’re lucky I only feel this way about you before I’m done with my coffee or when I’m really tired.”
As per usual, my daughter chimed in with the perfect response, “Maybe those people should just drink more coffee.”
There you have it, child haters, drink more coffee and you’ll like kids.
4 thoughts on “Child Haters Don’t Drink Coffee, Obviously”
Coffee tastes batter….wine tastes better….and you feel like you’ve earned them. It’s like candy for grown folks with kids.
Ha haha! So true!
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I’m thinking back on my life . . . in high school, I stopped working at TCBY and started working at Dunkin’ Donuts, and there, my coffee addiction started.
If it weren’t for that, might I have a completely different life these days?
DD made you have kids. You should get them for back child support.