THE PARENT RAP - Funny parenting song!



  • 2014-01-20T13:07:43

Stacy Rose Beason, I am so happy that you were clearly amazed at my astounding comment. Really? You want to call me out because I find the statement derogatory? Keep your bully pulpit comments to yourself. Sometimes, it's best to keep your mouth shut.

  • 2014-01-19T08:50:02

Apparently you have more time to post online comments than wiping doo-doo. Frankly your comment is DOO-DOO.

  • 2013-06-18T04:02:23

They are NOT condoning it!! They are clearly giving a list of warnings that parents give their children...one of which is that if you "put out" before you are married the person has no reason to marry you. Normally, you would say to your kids...in other words, people think, "why should I buy the cow when the milk is free" They couldn't fit the WHOLE talk into the rap so they just used the cautionary phrase. I have NO DOUBT their message was the positive one.

  • 2013-02-23T16:42:56

Loved it. I use to "rap" with my granddaughter as an infant. Even at a few months old she seemed to roll her eyes and laugh. As the grandchildren increased, my rapping became "silly". Just to see them smile, laugh, and have fun.

  • 2013-01-26T06:31:19

Sheri Lynn Ergle Chase I find it clearly amazing that you lost focus on the "entirley funny, witty,creative, and so relatived to parents" video and chose to become "TRAPPED" due to a phrase that can be interpited anyway you choose. After all someone made up the meaning of "Why buy the milk when the cow is free". Who cares--- Live your own journey with the big guy up-stairs and try eating your dessert before dinner...it's liberating!!!!!

  • 2012-12-25T00:09:14

I am 30 and my mom still does it to me

  • 2012-12-12T17:40:25

I don't know of any other meaning either, but I have used that phrase when talking to young women to tell them to keep themselves pure for marriage to avoid being in that situation which is not where they are suppose to be. A number of years ago, I used it when talking to a young woman who couldn't understand why her intended would not marry her. She stopped and moved out and within 6 months they were married.

  • 2012-12-01T20:32:21

This is toooo Cute! clean, funny.. and cute!

  • 2012-11-30T14:13:12

Cute, EVERY parent can relate to this :)

  • 2012-11-27T15:07:15

This idiom is usually used to refer to men who don't want to get married, when they can get all the benefits of marriage without getting married. Their just reiterating all the funny sayings every kid has heard at one point or another in their life. Weather they made sense to them or not. Many old sayings I heard as a kid didn't make any sense until I became a parent. Like 'this will hurt me more than it hurts you'...I wasn't about to ask my dad to 'explain the meaning of that' when I was about to get my behind spanked! lol. And I sure wasn't going to bring it up to talk about later! No kid brings thats kind of conversation up out of boredom. lol Anyway, I love the rap song. I posted it and do not have a problem with it. besides, the saying is true. Im sure God loved it.

  • 2012-11-26T13:34:32

Whaaa so cool, keep it up moms an dads, love rap.

  • 2012-11-26T01:34:15

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  • 2012-11-24T23:41:32

This is really good and everyone should see it!

  • 2012-11-22T00:34:55

They need to re-work that segment. It 's clearly derogatory. I'd post it on my page, but I didn't like that phrase either.

  • 2012-11-21T16:44:11

Just about says it all. Parenthood is Gods way of keeping our egos in check. Wouldn't trade for anything...cept Grandparenthood. :)

  • 2012-11-20T16:08:04

Wipin' the doo doo, kissin' the boo boos! - LOL - it's great

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