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 Posted: Fri Nov 8th, 2019 07:49 pm
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Blazer wrote: We’re now past that stage, but just let me say that children’s museums in general are more aggravating than they are worth.  Shit is not properly cleaned.  Kids sneezing, dripping, puking, pissing all over everything.  I think we went twice and followed the kid around with wipes and hand gel the entire time.  Then the pit of balls?  Hand-foot-mouth disease haven.  Would be cleaner to have him sit at the bar with you.
Eh, I’m not a big fan of ball pits but other than that I say let him get exposed to shit. It strengthens the immunity unlike the snowflakes who get sick over everything because they live in a bubble. We gave him peanut butter when he was a few months old for the same reason. No peanut allergies here. I fight against my parental instincts as much as I can to not be overly protective. He’ll get dirty, he’ll fall down, and ultimately it’ll be good for him. Not that it doesn’t kill me to see him get hurt sometimes, but if he’s 12 and not allowed to walk to school by himself then you have my permission to murder me. 



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