Kids Say The Darndest Things

Kids are so wonderful. My friend’s two-year old granddaughter Allison loves to unroll toilet paper. She festoons the house with miles of the stuff. The last time her mother caught her unspooling yet another roll of paper across the floor, she said, “Allison, that isn’t to play with. It isn’t a toy!”

To which Allison said, “Uh-huh! Toy-let paper!”

Can’t argue with a two-year-old’s logic.

What logic has your child stumped you with?

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3 thoughts on “Kids Say The Darndest Things

  1. When my niece Chynna was 3, I was putting her shoes on one day and I was saying to her “this is your left foot and this is your right foot”. Then I continued to point out left and right on her hands. She looked at me as serious as could be, holding up her left hand and said “this is Caitlyn’s write hand”.

  2. Ha! I had to read that several times before I got it. I’m assuming that Caitlyn is a sister or cousin or somebody who’s left-handed, and that Chynna had observed she wrote with her left hand, so therefore that was her “write hand.” Smart girl! And what a pretty name!

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