What do you do when kids come over for a playdate and they have medical issues? Is it your responsibilty to provide for the health and well-being of your child’s friends? Funny husband Greg attempts to teach funny wife Stephanie how to use an Epipen for when a child has an allergic reaction. It’s a lifesaving skill all parents should have. Do you know the first reactions of a child having an allergic reaction?
Also, Greg reveals that their ten year old son doesn’t know how to pee standing up because he taught the boy to sit down while peeing in order to keep the bathroom clean just like the parents on the new CMT show, World’s Strictest Parents.
Then, is homeschooling a viable option if your child’s friends are caught tongue kissing in 4th grade?
Plus, Tourette’s Syndrome is explored. What are some of the more complex symptoms? When you meet a stutterer, how should you behave? Do you acknowledge the stuttering? Or do you pretend you don’t notice anything? What if you don’t have time to wait for the stutterer to finish his sentence?
And, How should you determine what to buy for your kid’s friends birthday gifts? Should the wife serve dinner for the husband? Should four year old girls get a manicure? Greg and Stephanie disagree when Stephanie brings their daughter to get her nails painted.