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Lessons for my daughter

Sock ’Em in the Eyes

The world doesn’t owe you anything

Photo by Luis Tosta on Unsplash

I was walking downtown with my daughter when we saw a mom with two kids walking ahead of us. The younger of the two was a girl who was closest to us; she must have been four. My daughter, unable to distinguish the difference, believes babies are any human that is not clearly adult.

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