Jude, a.k.a. The Source From Which All Knowledge Emanates

Thursday, July 03, 2008

"Mom, did you know that mammals? They don't lay eggs. Except platypuses. Those are the only ones who do. Them and one other animal, those are the only ones who do."

"Mom, did you know that octupuses are purple?"

"Dad, did you know that all flowers have pollen and nectar?"

"Did you know that skunks smell bad?"

... and the list goes on and on.

So fun to see that he is digesting and ingesting and any other applicable forms of gesting the information he is exposed to.

'Tis the source of many giggles behind hands on Mommy's part.

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  1. Sounds like you need to take a crayon to one of his animal books and, at the bottom of a list of animal facts, write the following:

    "In addition to their natural roles caring for their young, human parents such as your Mom and Dad are really smart and already know everything on this list!"

    Of course, I may have misunderstood your subconscious goal in posting this, so feel free to ignore this message if you really like being asked whether or not you knew that skunks smell bad!

  2. Logan - Too funny! It's not like I dis-enjoy it. It's just part of the process with kids, I guess. I just want to remember it when I'm old. (I have a terrible memory about things like this.)

    Dawn - Kids do that, I've noticed! :-)


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