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How to be the favorite parent in one easy step.

Step one: Cory Monteith.

(OMG MOMMY I LOVE FINN SO MUCH I’LL NEVER WASH THIS SHIRT THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!!!!! You are so amazing…thank you for taking me with you it’s a dream come true you will never know how much this means to me I know you didn’t have to take me to the TIFF I love you love you love you.)

How to be the least favorite parent in one easy step. 

Step one: Request that your ten-year-old get dressed.

(OMG MOMMY I HAVE NOTHING TO WEAR ALL OF MY CLOTHES ARE UGLY AND NOTHING FITS ME!!!!! I hate everything in my closets I need new clothing I don’t want any of it it’s babyish or too small or not my style you are totally ruining my life.)

She may be going to school naked tomorrow. But at least she’ll have a great photo to show everyone…

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  1. Thank you for once again reminding me why we chose to have all boys.

    Well, maybe chose isn’t the right word.. I wanted a girl at one point, but now I’m quite glad. :)

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    Comment by ShredderFeeder on September 12, 2011
  2. Love it! You can see she’s smiling so big she’s going to EXPLODE!

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    ali replied on

    He totally grabbed her and pulled her into him. She LOVED it.

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    Comment by Kristabella on September 12, 2011
  3. um yeah, so you could so be my favorite mommy if you let me meet Cory Monteith too.

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    Comment by Misty on September 12, 2011
  4. Figuring out tenage girls should be valued to flying a plane I tell ya

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    Comment by ella on September 12, 2011
  5. Story of my life.I have a 13 year old daughter and I gotta tell you…it’s not getting any better….

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    Comment by Larissa on September 12, 2011
  6. Um, I am totally a Puck girl but that picture made me super happy.

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    Comment by Mari on September 12, 2011
  7. 1) Awesome.
    2) NOT awesome.

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    Comment by Meghan on September 12, 2011
  8. LOL! well, i think it’s a great photo also :)

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    Comment by sapir on September 13, 2011
  9. Posted on Having just spent a year tkniag care of my slowly dying father, seeing Hereafter really affected me, because it deals with the connection of the dead and dying to the living. Like the french journalist in the film, I discovered that no one wants to acknowledge the altered state in which you find yourself after you have been intimate with dying (not quite the same as being intimate with death). Remember in one of the Harry Potter books that the children always arrive at Hogwarts pulled by horseless carriagesor so Harry thinks? After he experiences first hand the death of a friend, he can see that the carriages are in fact pulled by beautiful black horses, and realizes that only people that have seen death first hand can see the horses. (I think its black horsesit might be black dragons). Anyway, the point is that I felt very grateful to Clint for addressing this hugely significant aspect of livingknowing dyingAND addressing the fact that our culture wants to keep the experience as sterile as possible. Made me go on a mini Clint Eastwood jag, re-watching Gran Torrino and everything except the Dirty Harrys (yuck).

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    Comment by Koko on February 9, 2012
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