Back to School

I was going back to school after a 10-year break. My son thought I was going to teach at the school, but I corrected him, explaining that I was going to be a student. Confused, he asked, “But how are you going to get littler?”

Gabriel, 5

Lyra Schroder; Huntingdon, PA

Image: Female student via Shutterstock

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Nut Allergy

My husband was explaining to my daughter that she is allergic to nuts, so she can’t eat peanuts or coconuts. She looked at him gravely and asked, “What about donuts, Daddy?” I’ve never seen a bigger smile than when he told her donuts were fine.

Evie, 2

Danielle Leslie; Oceanside, CA

Image: Donut via Shutterstock

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Drink Up!

While preparing my sons for their first dinner in a nice restaurant, I explained that they could have a fancy drink called a “kiddie cocktail.”  The boys couldn’t wait to try it. When the waitress asked them what they would like, they both responded, “That cat drink.”

Ben and James, 5

Emily Schuren; Elkhorn, WI

Image: Happy boy via Shutterstock

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Bagel Breakfast

My daughter was eating a sesame seed bagel for breakfast one day. She picked off a seed, held it up, and said “Hey, I know! If we plant a seed outside, we can grow our own bagel tree!”

Nili, 5

Sandy Maltzman; Brooklyn, NY

Image: Bagels with sesame seed via Shutterstock

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Going Strong

My 5-year-old son announced that he was starting a Strong Boys Only Club. His little brother, Caleb, said he wanted to be in the club too. Evan sized Caleb up for a minute and then said, “You can be in the Has Potential Club.”

Evan, 5

Tara Layne; Goshen, IN

Image: Little boy flexing biceps via Shutterstock

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