Lemon Laws: 7 Things "30 Rock" Taught Me About Parenting

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Enjoy Simple Pleasures With Your Kids
A freshly-bathed baby, a child's drawing of a unicorn, an ice-cold McFlurry from a random McDonalds, ham-these are the simple ... more 
Photo by: PacificCoastNews.com
Enjoy Simple Pleasures With Your Kids
A freshly-bathed baby, a child's drawing of a unicorn, an ice-cold McFlurry from a random McDonalds, ham-these are the simple pleasures in life that we often overlook when we get too busy. Liz Lemon is a veritable connoisseur of the good life and reminds us, "All everyone really wants in this life is to sit in peace and eat a sandwich." Remember that. Also, say yes to staying in more!
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Mon, Feb 4, 2013 6:36 PM EST
I can't stop crying about the 30 Rock series finale. But we all know how Liz Lemon feels about crying, (there, there, awkward pat) so I'm going to shut down my sadness by focusing on the instructive, life-affirming moments of the last 7 years of the show, like Jack Donaghy holding Walt Disney's frozen head in his hands. 30 Rock had lots to say to and about women in the work place and at home and there will never be anything so brilliantly self-aware again. But 30 Rock has even more to say about life, family, and raising kids. Here are a few things I've learned from the show. - By Kacy Faulconer



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