Our kids are unique creatures. Being too young to understand the world in “grown-up” terms, they see it through a different lens and try to give their own explanations for ordinary things. That’s why it’s often difficult to understand what moves they are going to make.
He’s upset his gloves match his jacket.
He was told he couldn’t go outside. He’s going to be a very good lawyer.
She wanted to go to the zoo in her banana outfit to see the monkeys.
He’s a genius
My son wanted to feed the cat.
She said she doesn’t want a cake she just wants lasagna
My 6-year-old daughter is great at multitasking.
My sister is so creative already!
I took my daughter to a Van Gogh exhibition
My son decided he was tired of people using his poof
I asked my 3.5-year-old son what he was making and he said Windows 95
We did each other’s makeup.
We told him that he could look up puppy training tips on YouTube.
I told her to leave me half of the grapes.
How my son eats at a Japanese restaurant
My son is trying to touch the rainbow
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