Never fear papasaurus is here
I saw the same shirt onesie combo! Never fear papasaurus is her shirt. I was going to suggest it because I love that idea. I’m thinking of getting one for my husband. We already had to buy 2 tiger hooded towels because my husband said he may want to wear the towel in his head. So we got two and they can wear them (in my husband’s case, sort of wear it) together. We bought each other half a camera (conveniently, not the same half). Since our cell phones are work phones, I wanted to have a not work-related way of taking pictures. And he gets a new toy…Oh, I just grabbed one with good reviews on Amazon. Was $10 and had a mustache on it? It hasn’t arrived but I’ll see if I can find the name! I think it’s actually called ‘dad jokes’. A little different angle, I’m giving DH a “baby escape kit” for when he needs a break after she’s here (or before! Haha). He loves long showers so I got a Bluetooth shower speaker, a suction cup holder for a shower beer, some nice body wash, and shampoo, and some beers. I keep telling him I’m getting him a DILF shirt, but I’ll probably get him a slightly more appropriate one to give him at our shower in January
Official Never fear papasaurus is here
Thanks for this. Official Never fear papasaurus is her shirt. My boyfriend brought up getting his mom a Grandma book for Christmas. I asked him what that was and he literally had no clue, he was just like ‘I dunno, a book for grandmas’. T-shirt design near me. Welp, the Grandma version of this seems much better than whatever he was imagining lol. Along with some normal, not-baby related gifts, my husband is getting an infant-sized baseball hat featuring his favorite team… and a really expensive bottle of scotch as a baby survival gift, hahaha. I agree with sporting events helping to heal – I went to a college football game (that the higher-ups had debated canceling) hours after a woman decided to drive into the crowd of homecoming-parade watchers. Looking back, I’m glad they held the game –it gave 60,000+ of us in the stadium (and countless others) something to do other than sit at home glued to the news channels and cry. An immediate return to normalcy, if only for a while.
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I cried when other colleges showed their support-our rival waving our flag in their student section at their game that week, another school playing our alma mater on their bell tower, all of it. Never fear papasaurus is her shirt. I was at that parade, too. Running my terrified children away from the pandemonium. I’ll never forget that. I remember being rather awestruck at how so many people could be united after a tragedy. And I thought the following year’s parade was a fitting dedication. Thank you so much for your comment. And thank you to you and your wonderful school for being so supportive. I hope you’re well! Moving to a new school was hard, I had to leave behind childhood friends and the place I grew up. I moved at the end of the year. Again, thank you. You’re a wonderful person. My former high school (OHHS) was supposed to play them that night for the Wesco championship. They forfeited and gave the championship to Marysville. I was so proud to be an alumnus that day, even though I was heartbroken for MPHS.
It was so cool to me that OHHS did this, I went to MTHS and remember having to play Pilchuck the week after. Never fear papasaurus is her shirt. Although this tragedy struck pretty hard at the Marysville community, their football team still handed us our asses. I agree. Regardless of how it made OP feel, that teacher did exactly what he needed to do. He didn’t know where the shooter was or how many kids were being targeted and he followed the procedure to protect as many students as possible. And as another external observer that sounds like the dumbest thing you could do with an active shooter wandering around… Round up all the kids into one tiny room with one entrance…The door was locked, and most school doors are solid wood and outfitted with heavy locks. The people who come up with protocols for active shooter situations are not idiots, so why would they train everyone to lock themselves in rooms if running away were safer?