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Sharing is Caring

Tuesday, November 5th, 2013

My son’s teacher recently told me that one of the girls in his class kept saying he was her boyfriend. My son confessed this information was true. I panicked and said, “No, no, no — you are too young and besides you are mine all mine!” In a calm voice with one hand on each of my shoulders, he replied, “Mom, you need to learn how to share.”

Marc, 4

Loxie Wilson; Cumming, GA

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Night Owl

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

mom and baby sleepingDuring the first weeks after her baby sister was born, our daughter said, “Babies must be nocturnal because she sleeps during the day and is awake at night.”

Alisha Cudaback; Riverdale, NB

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Directionally Challenged

Tuesday, October 15th, 2013

girl pintingMy husband was working with our daughter  on some basic spelling. He’d say a word, spell it for her, and then repeat the word. This went on and on as usual until he came to the word “up.” He said, “Up. ‘U-P.’ Up.” To which, Lyla very quickly replied, “No, Daddy. I pee down.”

Lyla, 3

Valerie Zane; Malvern, Iowa

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Monkeying Around

Friday, October 11th, 2013

chimpanzeeMy son’s speech pathologist was trying to help him say the word, “chimp.” He gave it a few tries, but he was unable to pronounce the word correctly yet. She asked him to try one more time. He sighed and asked, “How about we just call it a monkey?”

Leo, 3

Anne Collins; Sterling, VA

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Costume Copy Cat

Thursday, October 10th, 2013

boy in costume holding pumpkinWith Halloween quickly approaching, my son asked what I was going to dress-up as. I said, “Myself.” My son replied, “You can’t be that. Ms. Sherry (his Pre-K teacher) is dressing up as that!”

Ethan, 4

Emily Allen; Rowlett, TX

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