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Hello. I pastor PromiseLand Church in San Marcos, TX. I am married to Erica, and we have 3 kids: Kennady, Jude, and Avery. All little ones! Visit our church site at

Posted on February 6, 2008, in My Family, Random Mumbling. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. Too funny!!! I have been saying “Charlie” in an English accent ever since I have watched this!

  2. That is sooo funny! I used to bite when I was little! Just ask my sister! LOL.

  3. I hate to do this…..but what a great lesson learned by the big brother. Well, I guess he didn’t learn the first time. Maybe after the second bite. I am not sure this was Charlie’s fault.

  4. Boy, that is sure enough Jude and Avery. What a classic example of the joy of attention gained, versus the pain received, from being a victim.

  5. This was too cute. and so true,some lessons we must learn over and over.
    I find my self speaking with an english accent !:}
    Great meeting last night.

  6. Mark and I had a good laugh when we saw this. The funniest part was that the baby was laughing at his brother’s pain!

    I can just picture Jude and Avery doing the same thing.

  7. Hey, he stuck his finger in the baby’s mouth. The lesson is, if you don’t want to get bitten, then don’t stick your finger in someone’s mouth. This goes for dogs too.

    Reminds me of an incident with Evan and Sam. They were jumping on my sofa (yes, I allow this, especially since it meant they were not in the kitchen with me as I was preparing breakfast) and Sam was pulling Evan. Evan was patiently saying, “Sam, stop pulling me”. (Evan is 4 and Sam is 2 and quiet a bit smaller than Evan – Evan doesn’t realize he actually has the power in this situation). Finally, Evan tells me, “Sam won’t stop pulling me”. I tell Evan, “Push him”. So Evan pushes Sam and Sam tells me (so cute to hear a 2 year old explain things), “Eban pushed me”. I asked him, “What were you doing to him?”. Response, “Pulling him”. “I guess you better stop pulling him”.

    Some lessons are better learned through experience than through telling. Or maybe I should say, some people learn more through experience than being told.


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