Oh, sure. Everyone thinks that little kids and adorable furry pets are innocent and couldn’t possibly be thinking about anything other than how they can be good and make you happy.
And by “everyone,” I mean people who have never met a kid or a pet.
Yes, they’re cute. Yes, they’re great most of the time. But don’t be fooled. They are also silently plotting their revenge for early bedtimes, trips to the vet, and being forced to wear ridiculous clothes half of the time.
I believe the children are our future…and sometimes that scares the crap out of me.
I mean, they’re true blessings and wonderful and all that great stuff, but let’s be real. Sometimes they’re little Tasmanian Devils, running around like manic hummingbirds on a sugar high, destroying anything and everything in their path.
One-year-old Layla Grubb might have a small cataract in her eye that forces her to wear an eye patch for two hours every day, but her dad Geof decided to make those eye patches something to literally look forward to.
Losing your luggage while traveling is one thing, but what about losing your favorite stuffed animal if you’re a 6-year-old boy?
For Owen Lake, who was traveling with his parents to Houston, this traumatic experience turned into an awesome adventure for “Hobbes” through the kindness and creativity of the Tampa International Airport staff.