Fixing Things

A decision needs to be made about whether things are going to be fixed or not, preferably before anything actually gets broken.  I made the mistake of fixing one of Small’s broken toys and thereafter he always expected me to be able to fix anything.  If something proved to be completely unfixable (at least by me) then I had failed Small utterly.  Perhaps, therefore, it would have been better to have never fixed anything.  But that would have meant buying replacements, which would have been expensive.

Small fixing train

Not so much a parenting guide full of advice, more the reality of parenting kids and being a house husband and father, written by a stay at home dad to three children.

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