Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Serenity Now

I'm no expert at raising teenage daughters, nor is my wife, so we often find ourselves turning to those who are. At least, they purport to be.

If you were to type "books on raising teenage daughters" into Google you would come up with no less than 945,000 entries. That's a lot of ink, a lot of paper, and frankly, a lot of wasted time.

Because the secret to proper parenting doesn't come from Barnes & Noble or even the local library. It comes from your neighborhood mall and the local Bose store.

Pictured above is the Bose Quiet Comfort 15 over the ear headphones with state-of-the-art noise canceling technology. Quite possibly, no, let me be more definitive, the Best Birthday present I have ever been given.

Temper tantrums, sibling rivalry, hormonal eruptions, you have met your match. In the form of the QC 15's and the transformative power on one tiny little AAA battery.

5 comments:

Lisa Welch said...

I love Rich Siegel. Works for parents of preschoolers too.

Jackie said...

ahhh..you are so right..i think it is time for those!
thanks for the laughs..always!

Jeff said...

If it also stops Justin Bieber and Hannah Montana I'm in.

Mom of the Perpetually Grounded said...

Excellent! We have 3 daughters. You have pointed me toward the perfect gift for my husband this fathers day!

Mom of the Perpetually Grounded said...

Excellent! We have 3 daughters. You have pointed me toward the perfect gift for my husband this fathers day!