My New Normal As A Parent After The Parkland Killings

Sadness, Anger, and Motivation.

But you can keep your semi automatic and automatic weapons.

This is how I am feeling as a parent today after the February 14th shootings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.  17 children went to school not knowing it would be there last day on earth, no more boring history classes for them, no more birthdays, and no more life changing joy or sadness events plague them anymore.

Yes, you can keep your semi automatic and automatic weapons.

I live in a burb of Cleveland, Ohio and have two kids in the school district that has some issues like all but for the most part the community I live in genuinely cares for each other.  Lately, there’s been a noticeable change in my little community, one of extreme distrust of any child, guilty of just being under the age of 18.

Yes, you can keep your semi automatic and automatic weapons.

Feb. 22, 2018
Middle school child threatened to shoot up the school.

Yes, you can keep your semi automatic and automatic weapons.

Feb. 23, 2018
An elementary child was removed from school after he told another student that he wanted to harm a fellow student

Yes, you can keep your semi automatic and automatic weapons.

Feb. 28, 2018
An elementary child was removed from school after he showed a knife to other students

Yes, you can keep your semi automatic and automatic weapons.

Mar. 7, 2018
A Mayfield Middle School student has been removed from school after he told another student at the end of the school day that he intended “to shoot up the school.”

Yes, you can keep your semi automatic and automatic weapons.

Mar. 8, 2018
My daughter was ushered into the Middle school with her principle, another teacher, and a cop escort this morning.

Yes, you can keep your semi automatic and automatic weapons.

-KLB

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