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Category Archives: Kids Thinking Outside the Box
Transcript of my wife talking to my daughter’s grade 6 friend: Wife: “What is your favourite cheese?” Friend: “Grated!”
Adorable Daughter came up with a new monetary term: quadillon dollars. I wonder how many zeros that has! Brilliant.
My grade 1 daughter explaining why she sleeps in on school days but has no trouble getting up at the crack of dawn on weekends: “My bed is more comfier on school days than the weekend.”
My daughter’s classmate to his teacher: “My plans are unpredictable.” Perfect saying for a T-shirt.
“W” was the letter of the week in Darling Daughter’s class a few weeks ago. You know what I wished? That Mini-Compressor would compress the wascally weeds in our Behemoth Garden. Right-click on behemoth weeds and voila… smaller weed no … Continue reading
Another adventure out of the basement – yay! It’s that time of year in the Chamming garden… yup… planting time. First comes the planning process that I love best. I carefully draw a not-to-scale “map” of the garden on the … Continue reading
My 5 year old daughter is endlessly planning her birthday parties, even 11 months and 30 days in advance. Her recent planning session focused on who she should invite. After going over her list of friends she paused and then … Continue reading