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Saturday, January 30, 2010

Who needs answers?

Parenting can be a confidence crusher. There is nothing like an inquisitive five year old to make you realize how little you know about your own world. I just try to remember true teaching provides more questions than answers. What is the best, hardest or funniest question you ever heard from a child. Answer optional. ;)


Andrea said...

I think I have endured too many to count...after 5 kids. It is all a blur.
Blessings, andrea

Krystyn @ Really, Are You Serious? said...

I'm reading this...and I'm completely blank. I've got nothing. I know they all start with "why" and go from there, but I can't think of one single question. Mommy brain mush!

michelle said...

Years ago, when I was VERY pregnant and only comfortable if going commando, our then almost 3 year old got a handful of my girlie parts while trying to climb up into the bed. He said "mommy, why do you have hair on your scrotum?"

Same kid 10 years later asked me if "queef" was a real thing.

Shoot me

Jill of All Trades said...

Well, this was many, many years ago as my girls are 30 and 24 but when pregnant with the youngest the oldest girl came running into wake me from a nap to tell me Daddy told her he gave me a seed and could she have one too. That certainly jolted me out of my sleepy nap! Had to have a talk with The Hubby.