When his wife Chelsea told him she wanted kids, engineer William Osman did what most people do. He worried about the kind of dad he would be. He then borrowed a pet raccoon to see if he was ready for the responsibility of fatherhood. The little procyonine challenged Osman in different ways, interrupted his work day, and caused a bit of friction between himself and Chelsea. Despite these concerns, Osman found that he learned a valuable lesson.
Maybe being a parent isn’t about things going right but learning how to deal with things going wrong I doubt it was my parents planned for me to smear poop on the walls or flatten my nose when I face planted into the concrete floor but what do I know I’m just an idiot who rented a raccoon thinking it would behave like a child. But am I ready to have a kid.