Cooperation (6 Of 10) by Fenton Moorhead

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CORE VALUES OF SUGAR CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH

PART 6 - COOPERATION, September 24, 1995

By Pastor Fenton Moorhead




... (crying).....
"Honey."
"What now dear?"
"The baby is crying and it's your turn."
"Baby, what baby?"
"Your son, you know that little thing that we brought home from the hospital about three weeks ago, the baby that's crying so loud the neighbor's garage door is probably going up."
"You know, I've been worried about that hospital, I don't know if you felt the way I did, but, you know, I wonder if we brought home the wrong baby."
"You are stalling, now go."
"Honey, I'm not stalling, look, you do this feeding, I promise, I'll do the next two, okay?"
"That's not going to work two nights in a row dear, get up and feed the baby."
"Honey, the floor is so cold, I didn't bring my slippers, I tell you what, let's play rock paper scissors, the best two out of three, looser feeds the baby."
"Feed the baby."
"Honey, honey, listen, you do this feeding, I promise I'll do the next three with an option on two diaper changes to be designated later, (laughter)."
"I carried this baby for nine months, one week, seven hours, and twenty-eight minutes, I endured endless heart burn, varicose veins, and stretch marks that made my stomach look like the Rand McNally Road Atlas, the least that you could do is participate in one incy-wincy-tiny-weeny little baby feeding, now get up and feed the baby."
"Wait, I got a great idea honey, we could attach the bottom on the side of the crib, you know it works like the hampster cage, the same principle at least. (laughter). Honey, we could patent the idea, we could make a fortune."
"Get up and do some male bonding with your son."
"Fine."
"Did you hear that?"
"I don't hear anything."
"Yes, do you think our lives will ever be the way it used to be?"
"In our dreams."
"Then I'll race you to sleep."
"You're on." (audience clapping)

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