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From: John(HI) (66.91.206.133)
Subject:         Kids say...
Date: March 1, 2010 at 3:39 pm PST


* A four-year-old was showing a little friend the family photos that covered one wall in their basement. Out of sight but not out of earshot, her mother overheard her say, "Here's a picture of my mommy when she was a little girl. I wasn't there, but people say she used to be nice."

* We were driving our three-year-old son to his Grandma's home when we stopped at a store. Once inside, our son decided he wanted one of those large gumballs. I told him he couldn't have one, and he began to pout. I leaned over to him and said, "This is a fact of life: You don't always get everything you want."
"I know," he replied, "Just don't tell Grandma."

* On my four-year-old daughter's first trip to Disneyland, she couldn't wait to get on Mr. Toad's Wild Ride. As the car zoomed through the crazy rooms, into the path of a speeding train, and through walls that fell away at the last second, she clutched the little steering wheel in front of her. When the ride was over, she said to me a little shakily, "Next time, you drive. I didn't know where I was going."

* On the local railway, children age 10 and under travel at half-price. As the conductor began checking tickets, a woman sitting next to her daughter told her daughter, "Now remember, you are only 10." The girl nodded her head. The conductor approached and asked the girl, "How old are you?"
"Ten, Sir."
"And when will you be eleven?"
"When I get off this train!"

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