Sometimes too much information, to the wrong person, at the wrong time – can be a bit, well, comical – depending on how much ibuprofen you have on hand.
My youngest will be turning 4 soon. Of course in her mind she’s 14, and on an intellectual level with my oldest. So when Daughter #2, the 12 year old, asked how gemstones were measured (apparently she was momentarily bored with her new iPod), the little one’s interest was piqued and she scooted off the burgundy velvet sofa and sat down crossed-leg on her new pink bean bag chair next to us.
That is so cute! My 5 year just got this stage! I thought I was alone in the “ruler world” lol
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It’s wonderful to see children curious about the world and examining how things work – even if not at very convenient times.
I love it. It sounds like a great evening enriching your kids lives…and the perfect excuse to pour the 4th glass of wine, of course!