By Braddah Lance
As a parent, there comes a point dat you realize dat wat you do - and teach - will have an influence on your keiki. Our very own retired Olympic gold medalist Brian Clay's daughter is certainly no exception.
I can only imagine her witnessing his post Olympic training and must have seen videos of him in competition come up with an (pupule) idea so......... AWESOME dat it'll actually get people to wondah if it was real or not.
Check it out.........
Wassup Wit Dat!
And from wat I saw on dis morning's news, da idea was totally his daughter's and they also did find da tooth!
It must be a guy thing but how frickin' cool was dat?
How many ways are there to pull a tooth out? From wat I remembah, da tie da string to da door and yank it open or closed nevah work for me. I even tried to rip it out with pliers wen no one was looking but da tried and true method for me was just rocking it back and forth till it was almost horizontal on each side and then it would finally just tear out.
Wat kine method have you used? Wat kine method have you used on your keiki?
Wen Da Keiki went in to get multiple shots once she turned two, I've always talked (coached) her to be strong and no crying is allowed. I got scolded for da latter part so I 'compromised' and said she could cry for five seconds and she bettah be pau.
But now aftah watching Brian Clay's daughter stand strong while a javelin is thrown to remove her loose tooth - without a wince or whine - I got a few more years to figgah out a way to rig up a baseball or football cause I no think it would look too good if her tooth no buckle wen it's tied to da back of da motorcycle.
But there's still no crying aftah five seconds.