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- Linda, you're not listening...
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Linda, you're not listening...
This will make me betteryou
These days, all parents need is a smartphone and a wifi connection to record and share funny kid moments with the family and often the entire world. The following five children shot to Internet fame after their home videos went viral and Yahoo Parenting checked in with their families to see what life is like today. But, according to his father, despite his fame, David, now 14, is just a normal kid. And he rarely gets recognized. Taylor now spends 28 hours a week in the dance studio performing ballet, jazz, and hip-hop. I think of me as me. Today, the video has more than 28 million views.
He apparently first asked his mom and she said no, so he tried to sidestep her and ask his grandmother instead. His mother decided to video it when she confronted him about it and his response was a mix of funny but also quite disobedient.
let me be your shelter
Speak louder. Build your case. Banter back and forth until someone wins, or you both go to your corners like fighters in a boxing ring. Sound familiar? Listening is a skill we need to master if we desire mutually edifying relationships. Listening is more than waiting for your turn to talk. Many people are forming their commentary while the other person is talking.
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The Cupcake Kid Gets His Cupcakes!
Viral Video: 'Linda listen' lands toddler spot on 'Ellen,' college fund website
What is the correct way to say Linda are you listening to me? After listening to the concert,Liane had one response. Listen to me,Linda. See more of Listen to me,Linda on Facebook. Linda,you're not Oh my goodness! This is too funny!
Mateo Beltran just wants Linda - his mom - to listen. The resulting video has netted him a college fund website. In the space of just a month, a 3-year-old from San Jose, Calif. It's all thanks to a video of him making his case for a cupcake. His mother, Linda, is reprimanding him, since she's already caught young Mateo trying to sneak one from his grandmother after she told him no. Listen, listen, Linda. Much of the rest is slurred kid-talk, but whatever he's doing, it's working.
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