Life is full of surprises, happy and not so happy. Sometimes we need a little advice on how to deal with such surprises, usually from those we consider experts at handling the unexpected. Sometimes the simple views children have about life are a lot more fun than multiple adults telling you not to eat that cake alone. Kids don’t care about diabetes or fat; they enjoy the cake and do it with panache.

We might learn a thing or two… But coming back to the current story, a pregnant teacher asked her students what they thought about what to do if the baby started crying. We were blown away by the simple yet complex answers (not literally, it’s an idiom) and thought I’d share the story with you! Leave some comments and read to the end for the catchphrase of the day. Let’s do this!

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When the teacher asked her students for advice on how to comfort her crying baby, the responses were truly remarkable.

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It’s pretty clear now that young people don’t have a filter; they’ll say anything and whatever comes to mind, regardless of the potential damage that may be dealt. But in any case, what they come up with is usually quite funny, ranging from the highly realistic to something that might only make sense to the kids themselves.

Nancy Bullard is a technology literacy coach at Huntingtown Farms Elementary School in Charlotte, North Carolina. She has coached her class of 6 and other adults on TikTok and Instagram, where she has over 3 million followers. In one of the videos, her college students answered her question about how to comfort a crying child, and it became comedy gold.

“Make it a fruit salad,” suggested one, a common response. Can’t blame them – food makes us happy when we’re sad, too.

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Some of the kids came up with catchphrases like “Make it a fruit salad! and “Give him cotton candy! It’s not surprising that food was a popular response. Nothing beats a delicious meal for soothing comfort and fullness.

You can also use a pizza slice as a tissue! The kids know what they’re talking about, but they’re not sure if oatmeal is a good option. Can we really argue with taste?

Pregnant Teacher Asks Her 6-Year-Old Students To Give Her Parenting Advice And Gets These 16 Hilarious Responses

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Pregnant Teacher Asks Her 6-Year-Old Students To Give Her Parenting Advice And Gets These 16 Hilarious Responses

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Another was a little more daydreamy, saying she should show the baby the sky to calm him down.

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“Show him the sky! said one calmly. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if you could just point a crying baby to the sky to solve all your problems? That means we look to heaven for answers every day as it helps us decide whether to carry an umbrella, a hat, or sunglasses. Sometimes we blame the moon for our mood swings and curse the whole sky for our outbursts. So you can’t blame the kid for suggesting that: Heaven has a lot to offer every day.

Others were less sympathetic to the baby, saying, “Let it cry.

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Others were less sympathetic to the child, exclaiming, “Let it cry! I wish we had been told that as adults because many of us could benefit from a good cry to help us get through the day.

Nancy is having a nervous breakdown because she has 500 emails to send in the next hour. Allow her to cry! Is Bob crying because a raccoon ate his lunch? Allow him to cry! Crying seems pretty liberating to me.

One student offered the self-explanatory suggestion “Let it watch TV.”

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And, perhaps most importantly, “Give him a hug.”

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This was not the first time Nancy, the teacher, sought their advice. They had a face-to-face discussion about it

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It wasn’t the first time Nancy had imparted parenting advice to her students. The responses in another video ranged from “Play peek-a-boo! to “Throw cheese on his face! The latter appears to have discovered the trick on TikTok.

It appeared that the responses varied depending on whether the children themselves had younger siblings, with advice such as “Runaway!, “Rock it back and forth,” and, my personal favorite, “I just want to tell you that you’re not going to sleep. Some children are a little ahead of their time…

Some kids provided very practical answers, almost as if they’d seen their parents soothing their baby siblings.

Pregnant Teacher Asks Her 6-Year-Old Students To Give Her Parenting Advice And Gets These 16 Hilarious Responses

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Pregnant Teacher Asks Her 6-Year-Old Students To Give Her Parenting Advice And Gets These 16 Hilarious Responses

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Others were harsher, with one suggesting she “Runaway” from the crying child.

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In an interview with Good Morning America, Nancy described the kids as “hilarious and unpredictable” (GMA). “It’s one of the reasons I love my job so much,” she explained. You never know what they’re going to say or what’s going on. in their heads. A child’s mind and perception are truly amazing, especially when it is justified to throw cheese at another child. iconic.

The icing on the cake came when one of the children proposed throwing a piece of cheese at the newborn.

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As a great science teacher with more than ten years of experience in the field, she thought it best to share the pregnancy with her students so as not to worry them about their sick leave:

I promised them that before the end of the year I would come back and I would show them pictures of my baby when I got back. Instead, he turned it into an interactive experience and asked for their advice on how to be the best parents and what their child would look like (which was another bang, I recommend you check it out too, here’s the link).

Baby Sam was born on December 1st, 2021, but the journey here was difficult for Nancy and her husband.

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Nancy and her husband welcomed baby Sam on December 1, 2021. Another Sagittarius; we see a pattern here, as we recently wrote a story about a premature baby who wants so badly to be born under this zodiac sign and then be released from the NICU 460 days later – you can read that story here. The two stories portray the difficulties of motherhood in very different ways.

It was a difficult journey for her and her husband, which lasted three and a half years. Nancy shared the experience with her followers, turning a very personal and moving story into a teaching opportunity, saying, “My channel is dedicated to science education and there is a lot of science involved in IVF.

Due to fertility issues, they were forced to undergo IVF, or in vitro fertilization, in order to have a baby.

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For 20 seconds of science, in vitro fertilization, or in vitro fertilization, as the NHS explains, is a process that involves removing an egg from a woman’s ovaries and fertilizing it with sperm in a laboratory. The fertilized egg, called an embryo, is then returned to the woman’s uterus to grow and develop.

This can be done using your own eggs and your partner’s sperm, or donor eggs and sperm. However, as simple as it sounds, the success rate is, at best, thirty-two percent, and it increases after several IVF sessions to around fifty percent.

The grueling process can be both physically and mentally demanding, as can the procedure, which costs several thousand dollars. According to The Fertility Academy, there are many reasons for IVF failure, as it ranges from embryo and sperm quality to chromosomal abnormalities, lifestyle choices to implantation issues. Most of the time, they are difficult to detect and control, leading to repeat treatment.

IVF is the process of extracting an egg from a woman’s ovaries, fertilizing it in a laboratory with sperm, and implanting it into the woman’s womb.

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“The last three and a half years have been filled with hundreds of shots, medications, blood work, appointments, surgeries, anxiety, and heartbreak,” Nancy said.

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But, eventually, the third IVF cycle was successful, and she now encourages others in a similar situation to keep the faith.

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Nancy’s experience included two failed intrauterine inseminations (IUIs), endometriosis surgeries, and two more failed IVF cycles before her third successful IVF transfer. “And so I’m 9 months pregnant…36 weeks to be exact! he wrote on his Instagram page.

He continued: “The last three and a half years have been filled with hundreds of injections, medications, blood tests, appointments, surgeries, anxiety, heartache and negative pregnancy tests month after month. But now, in the words of my father: “It looks like this is really happening! Nancy also encouraged expectant parents facing fertility challenges to stay hopeful and never fight alone.

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Nancy appears to be enjoying motherhood while continuing to make educational videos in the meantime. We wish them the best of luck!

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It looks like the new mom is enjoying her time with baby Sam, but she didn’t interrupt the educational content, showing us her placenta and sharing what life is like as a new mom, as well as continuing. beloved science experiments. And of course, there are more videos with the class, as Nancy shared her first day back at work, the students sharing how much they missed them, as well as the dreaded question: where are the kids from?

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