We're mere days away from our third and final baby to be delivered. If you recall from the Baby Shower Trio, our International Sales Engineer, Tacito, and his wife, Meagen, are going to be parents any day now! Yesterday, we helped Tacito celebrate his 26th birthday. I was crossing my fingers that the baby would share the same birth date, as Tacito comes from a long line of Tacitos and his son will be the fourth generation to bear the name. It would just be such a unique opportunity to fight over whose presents are whose every year.
However, there is something I can't wait to see all the new dads tackle, and that is this situation that developed last week between a father and his 6-year-old son who asked for an advance on his allowance. The kid may have gotten a little more than he bargained for when he received a priceless drafted response from DAD Savings and Loan (with the slogan, "Because Apparently I Look Like I'm Made of Money). A+ Parenting; check it out:
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