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Why Embarrassing Your Kid Is the Absolute Best

I've been a parent long enough (five-and-a-half years today, to be exact) to know the job is constantly evolving. Today's diaper dramas become next year's clothing battles; a sleep-resistant baby will eventually let you get those precious eight hours; my son's desire to run away from me in every single parking lot we walk through will soon be a distant memory (right?!). Although the hard parts of parenting shift all the time, the great parts are equally dynamic.
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