Monday, April 26, 2010

#12 - Conversations with Preschoolers

One of my favorite things about parenting a young child are the conversations we have everyday. It just never gets old. Here are a few glimpses into our recent life:

Me: What are you doing babe?
T: I'm trying to take my head off.
Me: Why?
T: Because I don't need it anymore.
Me: You don't need it anymore?
T: No, I'm finished with it.
. . .
Me: Can you please take the alligator off your brother's face now?
. . .
Me: Do you think F likes it when you put your feet in his face?
T: No.
Me: Would you like it if someone put their feet in your face?
T: No.
Me: So what do you think you should do?
T: Sorry F.
Me: How about you take your feet out of his face too?
. . .
Me: So, T told me today that he was going to take his head off because he didn't need it anymore.
Ry: Really?
T: Yeah, I'm done with it! I don't want to smell anything any more.
Ry: But you also can't eat or talk or hear or breathe without your head!
T: Yeah, but I don't want it anymore.

Conversations with Preschoolers: AWESOME!

1 comment:

nana said...

I love reading your blog. Makes me smile. Everything is new to them.

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