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Unformatted text preview: M ike Heaton Eng 121-001 Reney Lordich 26 October 2009 The Baffling Question To me i t is not a question of why people have ids it is a question of why people have kids and then just forget about them. They don’t teach them how to behave. Today people who should not even be close to kids are having babies and t hey don’t know how to raise them and keep them under control. I guarantee t hat if I have kids they will not be acting up especially in public. Kids are kind of l ike a dog; they start out not knowing anything but if you spend time with them and teach them they will grow up to be smart and well behaved. The same applies with a baby; you can’t just let them run around without any rules or restrictions. You need to make sure that they know you are the boss and there a re consequences if you don’t lison. The younger that you start to teach them the better off they will be. Today parents don’t teach their kids anything; they leave i t up to the state and just put them in school. Parents feel that school teaches everything that a kid needs. This is false though, parents should teach their kids everything that they know on top of what the school teaches them. This will give your child a much broader range of knowledge instead of just what the schools teach. I agree that having a child is a lot of work but if you do i t r ight it is well worth i t and you will have great kids. ...
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