Poll: Did I "bubble-wrap" too early?

Discussion in 'Service Academy Parents' started by Wishful, Apr 20, 2015.

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Did I "bubble-wrap too early?

  1. yes

    20.0%
  2. no

    80.0%
  1. Wishful

    Wishful Parent

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    or, maybe I got ahead of myself (as if that could ever happen.)

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  2. tug_boat

    tug_boat Member

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    I like it!!:band:

    Push Hard, Press Forward
     
  3. FalconsRock

    FalconsRock Parent

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    Awwww, how cute. Don't blink. That's all I can say :D
     
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  4. VelveteenR

    VelveteenR Just gathering dust in the nursery...

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    I don't understand. What does this question mean?
     
  5. Boozebin

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    The term bubble wrap means do everything possible not to injure yourself prior to going to BCT after receiving your acceptance to and SA. There have been time where a someone that has gotten accepted received an injury severe enough for them to be turned back I-day.

    The joke above is that she is protected well before even applying to an SA.
     
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  6. MombaBomba

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    Wait, where are the knee pads, elbow pads and tough gloves to prevent skinning her hands? ;)

    Seriously, when my kids were growing up, my son had a friend whose mother would not put him on a bike with out helmet, knee pads, elbow pads and tough leather gloves. His mom was afraid he would fall off his bike and hurt himself. It usually took about 10 minutes to get the kid all decked out before she let him mount his bike. Meanwhile the rest of the kids had popped on their helmets (state law), jumped on their bike and had ridden away on the paths through the woods.
     
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