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1. My Dad's Garage - Kids are raised by imperfect parents

Kids are raised by imperfect parents.

Zoey and Junior Tinker - My Dad's Garage www.mydg.tv

Zoey and Junior Tinker - My Dad's Garage www.mydg.tv

There are times we grow angry too quickly, yell too loudly, and punish too harshly. While we can all share stories of nearly sending our parents to the funny farm and how we almost didn't live to tell about it, a couple of things are certain: We pushed our parents to the limit, and they loved us more than we’ll ever know.

One day my children will tell their friends how I snapped to conclusions, yelled to the point where I went hoarse, and threatened to throw away every toy they owned. They will recall how imperfect I was (and am). But one thing they will know for sure is that I loved them more than I could fully show them.

Parenting isn’t easy, and parents make mistakes. Trust me when I say, “We've all blown it, but tomorrow gives us another shot at success.” 

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~ E.W. Tinker

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