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I recently wrote about how my husband Jim Bob and I try to help the kids through adolescence, when their bodies change and they're struggling with new emotions. But one of the things that also happens during the teen years is that everything is embarrassing for them.
It can be something as basic as, "Oh man, my hair isn't right!" or "These sunglasses just don't match. This is so embarrassing." And I'm like, "Oh come on!"
The other day I was with my older daughters on the way to an event. We were driving down the interstate in San Antonio, stuck in traffic. Finally the traffic picked up and we were driving along when my daughter said, "Mom, isn't that our friend Randy?"
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