If you’re a parent of a child who can walk and talk–it won’t be long until you embarrass them.
This afternoon, I jumped behind the wheel of our truck and headed out to run a few errands. My daughter decided to come along.
Grace is a teenager. That’s important to my story.
This means she’s overly-sensitive to embarrassment from her loud…oftentimes obnoxious mother.
When I put on the 80s satellite station the timing couldn’t have been more perfect. Stuck at a green light and smack dab in the middle of traffic…
Chaka kan….Chaka Kan…
Chaka kan let me rock you let me rock you Chaka kan…
Cue the red light dance party.
Want to know how to embarrass your kids? Turn up the tunes and dance like your life depends on it.
There’s something about embarrassing my kids that just puts me in a good mood.
With every squeal of teenage-terror my “old-school-robot” came to life. I channeled the “popping crew” of my high school years — and I must admit, they would’ve been mighty proud.
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