Tyler Olson, who earlier this year wanted to be the Chair of the Iowa Democratic Party and left after six months, made his announcement yesterday.
At his press conference, Olson’s wife was given the job of introducing her husband to a crowd at the statehouse, but the couple’s five-year-old son and two-year-old daughter kept competing for their mother’s attention.
“I would encourage anyone to speak publicly with two toddlers next to them,” she joked and the crowd laughed and a few clapped. “It’s always fun and unpredictable.”
Olson joked about the kids’ antics, too.
“This is kind of a microcosm of our life, right?” Olson joked. “I mean there’s a lot of chasing and herding that goes around at our house.”
Here's a thought, stop coddling your kids!
You're supposed to be the adult, act like their parents instead of their friend and the scientific community is united in that fact.
If you can't be in charge of your children, you can't be in charge of state government.
Because you will find a few thousand folks that act like their five and two years old.