oh yeah. touch the ground, then put it in your mouth
do you have kids? and if so do you keep them in a bubble?
Seriously, he’s two and was probably acting like 2-year-olds act, by throwing tantrums because they are realizing their independence. She was actually doing the right thing by allowing her son to do it on his own and give him time. When she saw he wasn’t, she picked him up. Pretty normal of a loving mom. Also, kids are constantly touching things or falling and then put their hands in their mouth, it’s normal, we all did it as kids. Stop being so hard on her, she’s a single mom and it’s a very hard job. The kid looks healthy and loved, that is what matters. Who the hell are you to judge anyhow?
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January Jones with her son Xander in Los Angeles. (September 18, 2013)
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