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