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

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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

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Game Time

I bought my son a racing game for his Wii U. After 20 minutes of playing with it, he returned the game to me and told me it was broken. When I asked why, he replied, “Because I keep losing!”

Joseph, 5

Julie Ibagon; Thiells, NY

Image: Boy playing with video game via Shutterstock

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Telling Time

One morning after a bad storm, I had to re-program all the clocks in our house. My 5-year-old asked what the difference was between a.m. and p.m. Before I had a chance to explain, my 3-year-old answered, “p.m. is when God shuts off the lights in outer space!”

Kourtney, 3

Susie Valentine; Olathe, KS

Image: Alarm clock via Shutterstock

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Big Boy

We were bringing my son to a car show. When my husband was purchasing the tickets, he said to  the cashier, “Two adults and he’s free,” pointing to our son. Joshua piped up indignantly and said, “Daddy I’m not three. I’m four!”

Joshua, 4

Veronica Gambee; Penfield, NY

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