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SIDE NOTE: So,this got me to thinking, when could someone actually use an infant’s meltdown to their advantage? And, – I’m sure you’re already waaaaaaay ahead of me on this one – the most obvious way was to use it to get out of trouble with the cops. Oh, I don’t mean literally using a crying baby as a human shield if you’re robbing a bank or something like that (that’s just stupid, not to mention dangerous to the child!); what I’m referring to is using one’s baby as a figurative human shield if one gets pulled over for, say, a traffic violation. If one could somehow coordinate with one’s infant a code word, perhaps, to let the youngster know now would be a good time to raise holy hell; well, I can only imagine the benefits that may ensue as the police officer would, as any normal person would, be quite eager to rid him or herself of the crying child. Here’s how I imagine things could play out:
That’s all for now, next time my daughter and I will discuss some handy childcare products. Or maybe we’ll talk about children’s books. Or there’s a chance she’ll insist on discussing the 1972 Los Angeles Lakers. Maybe she'll just post some haiku (she's into haiku) or something she saw on Youtube. It’s really hard to say where the winds of this blog will blow us.
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