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LONDON (AP) — Two small children have lightened up a serious television interview on a weighty subject by barging into their dad's office while he was on the air. Professor Robert E. Kelly was talking to the BBC from South Korea on Friday to discuss the ouster of that country's president when a small child danced into the room apparently unconcerned about the interview. The BBC anchor took notice and alerted Kelly. As Kelly was trying to shoo the child away, a baby scooted into the room in a walker.
originally posted by: randomthoughts12
a reply to: EchoesInTime
The nanny looked Korean. Anything to do with the narrative?
originally posted by: Natas0114
That's the difference between a parent and a professional with children.
A parent would chuckle and excuse the interruption with "kids, what can you do?" shrug...
A professional with children does what this d-bag did. I'm sure an epic meltdown and screaming tirade followed.
I feel bad for the kids. To have parents that care more about their careers than their families is revolting to me.
I've got 4 kids, and 3 grandkids. I've been embarrassed, busted, and literally caught with my pants down many times....
In the end you learn to laugh, because those moments are the things you cherish as you age.
Ps. I loved the strut the first kid had as he was strolling in, that was epic!