Thursday, May 06, 2004
In law school, renowned academics train you to think like a lawyer. With a baby, nature trains you to think like a parent. For example, you have no trouble understanding why some stroller manufacturers attach a tether for your wrist. Your parental brain knows it's so when you have a massive coronary puffing up some seaside hill, the weight of your expiring form will keep the stroller from hurtling too far into harm's way.
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