Life with Kids

SavvyMom April 8, 2016

There are valuable lessons to be learned with every new stage of life, each one filled with wonder and excitement. The parenting stage deserves a special mention though, because the lessons just keep on coming—every day we learn something new from our kids.
This must have been what Eric Ruhalter, author of The KidDictionary, a book of words parents need but don’t have, was thinking. He took all of his valuable lessons and documented them into a (hilarious) new language.

Here’s a sample of what we mean.

ORTHODONTREPRENEUR (n): A child who is interested in knocking his own teeth out in the interest of a hefty payday from the Tooth Fairy.

GARBOFLAGE (v): To hide kids’ artwork under other trash in wastebasket so you don’t get caught chucking it.

SHIRTURBED (adj): Annoyed state of a child who just received an article of clothing as a present.

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