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The father earns a new respect for the child, the teacher, and after personal counselling, excursion, and They were listening about as well as a goldfishes’

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A father in Oregon at the urging of his colleagues, to parents, to thank them for their children, the teachers, and after chaperoning his daughter’s field trip, and earning completely new respect for the profession.

“I haven’t had a drink in 16 years, but I just wanted to have a drink today. I wanted to make a really bad one,” said Clint Edwards, on Facebook, on his return from a trip to the pumpkin patch with his 5-year-old daughter’s kindergarten class.

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“This trip has left me with a tremendous respect for people who work with young children all day long. I only had a five in my group, and they listened about as well as the goldfishes,” he continued in his Facebook post. “The whole time I was afraid that I would lose it in the cornfield, it would never be found, and, finally, as a starting point for a Stephen King novel.”

As Edwards explained, it was not so much his own daughter, and that he is in our hearts, but rather with the task of watching their five children — all of them are of old age trying to keep some semblance of control.

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On the other hand, he said, is the fact that his daughter is a teacher, turned out to have a good grasp of the situation, especially when it comes to the task of successfully teaching a classroom full of 5 year olds change their muddy shoes — just two times, in order to prevent the tracking of dirt onto the bus.

“I’m pretty sure that if they are mentioned in this act on her resume, she should be as respected as a military general,” said Edwards, before the comparison to its contract, the situation will have to be “on a par with Batman.”

Edwards, a father-of-three, who also runs the parenting blog, “you don’t know What I’m Doing: A Daddy Blog,” and encouraged everyone to read it, to show that there is a greater appreciation for their children’s teachers.

“If you are a teacher reading this, please give yourself a huge pat on the back. You are amazing. And if you know a teacher, give them a big thank you.”

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He continued to heap praise on teachers in the comments section, after a certain number of teachers as a guide in order to thank him for his kind words.

“You’re welcome, and thank you so much for all the love for our children,” he told me as a child to be a teacher.

“I finished the day with a long hot soak in the bath, TOO many cookies, and a couple of Tylenol,” Edwards said of his plan after the field trip.
(Facebook/Don’t Know What I’m Doing: A Daddy Blog).

Oh, and after that trip, Edwards gave he was trying to recover from the best way in which he would be able to manage it.

“From the mud at the pumpkin patch (the scent that I couldn’t quite place it, but it was probably a virus, and wanted to be a boy, and that it is intended to be a ground-breaking artist, or a prisoner, and I ended the day with a long hot soak in the bath, TOO many cookies, and a couple of Tylenol,” Edwards wrote.

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Edwards made headlines back in 2017 for a viral post about how to teach his daughter a lesson after she performed at a restaurant.

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