Raising My Kids To Be My Clone

by Angie [A Whole Lot of Nothing] on January 24, 2012

in All About Me,Being Mom,Disney World,Family,Kiddos,Pictures

The only reason to have kids is to create clone humans to take your place when you kick off.

Any other reason to breed pales in comparison to nature’s need to reproduce your genes. Unconditional love, feelings of worthiness, premature ejaculation, and one-upping your sister all fall into a distant 2nd place for reasons to spawn.

Patrick and I are raising our girls for us to each have our own Mini Me, as you can see in this photo I took this past weekend at Star Tours.

We’re successfully raising goofball, Star Wars-loving, Disney World-going nerds who will do pretty much anything for a laugh to replace us when we die.

You’re welcome, universe.

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1 Val Payne January 24, 2012 at 2:02 pm

Great parents always make Star Wars and tomfoolery a priority!

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2 Penny A. January 24, 2012 at 2:06 pm

It’s morbid to think that we are all gonna die. But at least you were able to reproduce a copy of yourself. You’ll be so much happier when you leave this planet earth. How old are your cute girls now?

Nice post! I had fun reading it!

-Penny
An Awesome post on Penny A.´s blog … female psychology

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3 Claire January 24, 2012 at 2:52 pm

Love the lomo-effect, at one point it’s true that childhood is the best that life can offer. :)

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4 neeroc January 25, 2012 at 8:28 am

Man, I’ve really been missing out on the long-term view! Here I was thinking I had V to do my housecleaning for me! (Is it wrong that she’s only 4 and yet when I tell her she’ll soon have to do all the cleaning she just rolls her eyes at me?)
An Awesome post on neeroc´s blog … Everything is scary to a four year old.

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