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Kid President Takes Adults to Summer School on Whole Vacations

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | June 30, 2015

Kid President Takes Adults to Summer School on Whole Vacations

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Kid President is a little perturbed with you parents and your halfhearted vacations where you leave one part of your brain back at work. According to the Kid Commander-in-Chief, it’s time to enjoy the whole enchilada. spotted the one video you must heed this summer, featuring Robbie Novak who is more widely known as Kid President.

The message is really quite simple: Spend time with your family in the next couple of months.

However, there is an important caveat that you might agree is crucial to garnering lifetime memories. When you decide to take you vacation, leave all other worries behind and savor every last moment with your loved ones.

You know what, Novak explains it much better than I do:

Table the smartphone, forget the email inbox and for goodness sake don’t check any voicemails.

Those will all be there once you are done being covered with a bunch of sand or finish completing that totally rad outdoor fort.

Kid President even offers copy for you to use in an email to work, which includes the awesome addendum, “I’ll be back when I’m done having the time of my life with my loved ones.”

For the uninitiated, Kid President has been an Internet star for a few years now, posting videos since 2012, which includes cameos from the likes of adult President Barack Obama.

If you need a little more adorable in your life, visit his website, which reminds immediately: “Don’t be in a party. Be a party.”

There the website’s Brad Montague explains just how remarkable Novak is: “Robby, age 10, is my little brother-in-law. He's full of life and ideas. Robby has Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI) a brittle bone condition which has resulted in him having over 70 breaks since birth. What's inspiring about Robby isn't his condition, but the fact that his condition doesn't define who he is. In spite of all he's been through he not only keeps going - he dances.”

He also teaches valuable lessons on how best to enjoy life, offering wisdom well beyond his years.

It may be time for summer bliss, but Kid President took time out of his day to hold class and school you parents out there.


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