Wednesday, December 10, 2008

It's Never Too Early to Start Parenting

Yes kids.  We would totally smoke you in a kissing tournament.




Parenting who?  My future kids.


I thought of the BEST way to freak them out and stop them from making out all the time, especially in our living room, or their room.
Bonnie! People don't make out on couches or in their rooms when they are teenagers. 


Um yes the do.  So relax, and get prepared.
When Cy and I catch one of our children playing tonsil hockey in our house, in the car, at the football game, or at the movies, we are going to go up right next to them and we are going to start making out too.  Yes that is right, we are going to show them that there is not just one team in the league, and that we too can toss that puck.
The natural response will be, "Mom and Dad, SICK!" And to that I will say, "What?  Are we too loud?"  Which will invoke vomit of some sort, and if our son or daughter throws up on his or her date, then there goes that date, no longer a worry.
Then, from that moment on, we are going to instill a rule, that if our son or daughter wants to kiss his or her girlfriend or boyfriend then they have to do it in the same room as me and Cy, like a make-out party. They will NEVER want to do this, and therefore they wont make out in our house, or anywhere near where they think we might just randomly "show up."  This is abstinence training at it's finest.
Genius.
I told Cy this idea, and he looked so grossed out and like I needed help.  But true artists are never appreciated in their time.  

7 comments:

Kristina P. said...

Wow, you must be our neighbors.

Melissa with Soul Mates Photography said...

i have no comment other than the last line makes this story! amen to that.

Kristen said...

You are so smart. Your kids are in trouble.

Breanne said...

genius... my friend. absolute genius. cy will join the train, just wait till he has a daughter :)

Heather of the EO said...

What a great idea!! You should write a "anti-making out" parenting book. :)

Jessica said...

LOL- literally! Instead of Mac tips you can switch to parenting tips. I second Breanne's comment about the daughter provoking Cy's consent!

Ethan said...

i can't wait until your kids read your blog and see this post.