It’s a good thing, too. If everyone was like that ALL the time, we might all lose what’s left of our minds.
Three-year-olds can jump from topic to topic with a mental dexterity that is both amazing and confusing. To wit:
Me: “You have a VERY dirty face. After dinner, guess where you’re going?”
Little Brother: “Where?”
Me: “The BATH!!!”
Little Brother: “No! No! I’ll take a bath SUNDAY!”
Me: “But you’re dirty today. You need a bath today.”
Little Brother: “But I ate ALL my grapes!”
Obviously if I am going to be forced to have conversations like this one, I’d better have a whole lot more coffee than I’m currently consuming.
3 thoughts on “There’s Nothing Like a Three-Year-Old”
Wait till he’s four and has a problem with white food. Mine won’t touch anything that is white. Ugh! Kids are so weird.
Gee, and I know some children (not mine) who won’t eat any food that is NOT white!Kids. Gotta love ’em; can’t return ’em! 😉
Hey, Boudreaux (my 3 year old) has conversations with me like this:Me: Did you just push your little brother down?Boudreaux: Oh yes Daddy!Me: Why?Boudreaux: Because I didn’t want to!I’m considering taking up a scotch habit. (I am soooo kidding)