My friend's kid ran into the kitchen where we were sitting having a drink. He was totally flustered and out of breath. Asking him what was going on, he said: "Ma, I'm sure Gran-gran was Eve, there is a dried leaf in her bible." Turned out Granny kept a pressed leaf in her bible as a keep sake and Junior just learned that Adam and Eve didn't have clothes but covered themselves with leaves.
This morning I found my 3 year old daughter standing over her 7 month old baby sister in the nursery. Upon entering the room I could smell the overwhelming sent of my perfume. It turns out my eldest daughter decided to douse her sister in perfume. When I asked her why, she said that the baby smelled very badly!
I'm telling this about myself. I'm a girl and as a child of about 12 I learned to play chess in a slap-a-dash way. My one friend (of course it was a boy) used to beat me at the game time and again. Until one day my Dad gave me a few pointers about how to open and follow up. Then when I felt confident, I used my new acquired knowledge and expertise and beat the sox off the boy, who huffed and puffed and stormed out with: I will NOT take this from a girl!! Needless to say that the friendship ended there. lol........ I'd say BOYS are crud.
My husband used to drive the pre-school and daycare mini bus. The kids are so small, nobody could see if there were passengers in the bus or not. One day, somebody recklessly drove in front of the bus, causing hubby to apply the brakes sharply, and blowing the hooter. The person retaliated by blowing his vehicle's hooter in turn and also making rude hand signals. When that happened, all of the children stuck out their little hands out of the open windows and in turn made rude hand signs at the culprit! What a sight that must have been! It was times like this that made the kiddies just creep deep into one's heart. Yup, kids are crud :)
At the age of 5 my daughter demands that I pack two forks in her lunch, one for her salad and one for her main dish. Can you say princess...