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LAUGH OUT LOUD AT THE GLO­RI­OUS THINGS OUR KIDS AND MEN GET UP TO CHIL­DREN’S WORLD

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LOYAL FAN

My eight-year-old great­grand­daugh­ter was read­ing, when out of the blue she asked what foot­ball team I went for. I said: ‘None re­ally, but I like the Dock­ers.’ She gazed at me and said very qui­etly: ‘If you don’t go for the Ea­gles, you re­ally can’t be a mem­ber of this fam­ily!’

Irene Thomas, Ea­ton, WA.

TOOTH FAIRY TIPS

My seven-year-old lost a tooth and was telling his cousin that he was go­ing to put it in a glass for the tooth fairy tonight. His cousin said: ‘Put pep­per on it – it makes the fairy sneeze and she spills all her money out!’

Vicki Wool­ston, West Ulver­stone, Tas.

MULTI-TASK­ING

My eight-year-old son Jor­dan came home from school one day very ex­cited. ‘Mum, I’m am­bidex­trous!’ he ex­claimed. When I asked him how he knew, he replied: ‘I write with

my right hand, I eat with my right hand, but I pick my nose with my left hand!’ I won­der what his teacher thought...

M. Wur­fel, Hill­crest, SA.

SMARTY PANTS

We had a fam­ily bar­be­cue re­cently and were hav­ing a friendly de­bate about the dif­fer­ence be­tween a mo­tel and a ho­tel. I was googling it when Miss 10 piped up: ‘One starts with an M and the other with a H!’

Edith Sut­ton, Parkin­son, Qld.

My gor­geous niece Aika, three, loves to dress up. Z. GREEN, CHRISTCHURCH, NZ. Tyler re­cently turned three and loved dec­o­rat­ing his own birth­day cake.

MEL HAM­MEL, STEIGLITZ, QLD.

Mor­gan, four, and Macken­zie, five, vis­it­ing the gi­raffes at Mel­bourne Zoo.

JEFF TANTI, MEL­BOURNE, VIC.

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