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My Son Has Learned A Lot So Far… I Just Wish He Knew How To Nap

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My son Remy is all smiles dining on pancakes and sausage at the Maeystown Church Fastnacht.
My son Remy is all smiles dining on pancakes and sausage at the Maeystown Church Fastnacht.

They say we aren’t born to hate. Hatred is something we learn. In the context for which those statements are intended – I’m talking hatred of others, groups, animals, political and religious beliefs, etc. – I whole-heartedly agree. However, when it comes to one particular thing – one arbitrary, seemingly benign thing – I’m pretty …

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