Bill Belew has raised 2 bi-cultural kids, now 34 and 30. And he and his wife are now parenting a 3rd, Mia, who is 8.

Sometimes mommies and daddies need a time out, too.

But when?

And who’s to say this mommy and daddy know what is best and that one doesn’t? How do you decide?

When you get into raising one another’s kids, Daddy says that this kind of topic is a ‘can of worms.’

Eeewww.

But, I’ll let you decide if these mommies and daddies in this series need a time out or not.

Here’s the first one.

This daddy seems to be teaching his little boy how to hold a gun. A real gun!

It’s true that in America guns are permitted in the home. To be owned by everyday people.

But isn’t the case of this daddy seeming to teach his little boy how to hold a gun a bit over the top?

Or maybe the little boy is showing his daddy something he saw on TV or in the movies?

Daddy says that when he was a little boy he learned to never point guns at people. And that “Guns don’t kill people, people kill people.”

Real guns kill real people, too.

Is this daddy going too far?

What do you think?

I think he needs a time out.

Read about other parents who might need a time out.

Here they are:

When do Parents Need a Time Out? | Red Check Child Leash

When do Parents Need a Time Out? | Shopping for Baby

When do Parents Need a Time Out? | Leashing Your Baby

When do Parents Need a Time Out? | Computer Accessories – Baby Mouse

When do Parents Need a Time Out? | Ice Cream and Caffeine Fix

When do Parents Need a Time Out? | Babysitting with Duct Tape

When do Parents Need a Time Out? | How to Give a Tattoo

When do Parents Need a Time Out? | Baby is not a Laptop Desk

Talk to Bill and others about their experiences raising bi-cultural Japanese-American kids.

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