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My parents did quite a few questionable things when I was growing up.

Like as a baby, I slept in a laundry basket that was suspended from the ceiling.  And my dad would throw me in one of those baby backpacks and take me out on his MOTORCYCLE. And sometimes, when I was a little older, they would plop me on a wooden seat on the back of one of their bicycles.  No straps. I mean, straps are for pansies, right?!

(I sort of laugh about it now as a I tightly buckle my own toddlers in 5 point harnesses in rear facing car seats with absolutely no peripheral vision because of side impact head protectors.)

But one of the most horrible things my parents ever did to me was make me eat carob cake.

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kelcey kintner