Parenting isn’t easy.

As a parent myself, I can tell you that it’s much easier to let your kids misbehave instead of putting in the hard work to correct their bad behavior and teach them how to be decent people.

That’s why when you’re in the store you see so many screaming and misbehaving kids. The parents repeatedly scolding them to no avail or just ignoring the behavior altogether.

But not this guy here.

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When I saw this video I knew I had to share it with you….this guy gets it. He fully understands and embraces what it is to be a good parent and he’s putting in the work to teach his daughter how to be a good, respectful human being.

In this video clip here, we start off by seeing a guy and his daughter sitting on the hood of a car. The little girl is upset, and the dad explains she threw a fit inside Walmart while the family was shopping. He says he doesn’t care if kids cry in the store…but he does care if they keep crying after he tells them to stop.

AMEN!

So, instead of allowing the little girl to cry and cry, he removed her from the Walmart and the two went back to the parking lot, where he told her that she’d remain until she could behave herself.

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This is how you parent.

You can watch the video below:

If we had more dads like this, we’d have a heck of a lot less entitled communist brats running around trying to destroy this country.

This is one lucky little girl right here. She’s got a dad who not only “gets it,” but has the love and determination to put in the hard work to help his daughter grow up to be the best quality person.

We need more of this.

 

This piece was written by Missy Crane on August 15, 2020. It originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.

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