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Before we had kids, we had these images in our heads of what parenthood was going to look like. Holding our daughter’s hand as she plants a seed in the garden. Hoisting our son onto our shoulders so he can pretend to be an airplane.

But for some of us, parenthood ended up looking like a fistful of beheaded action figures being hurled through the air towards our eyes.

And you know what? There’s something beautiful about that, too.

This week, John and Patrick discuss kids’ strange enthusiasm for making messes.

05 // Appetite for Destruction

by John Abdulla & Patrick Greene | Just Winging It

Before we had kids, we had these images in our heads of what parenthood was going to look like. Holding our daughter’s hand as she plants a seed in the garden. Hoisting our son onto our shoulders so he can pretend to be an airplane.

But for some of us, parenthood ended up looking like a fistful of beheaded action figures being hurled through the air towards our eyes.

And you know what? There’s something beautiful about that, too.

This week, John and Patrick discuss kids’ strange enthusiasm for making messes.

05 // Appetite for Destruction

by John Abdulla & Patrick Greene | Just Winging It