As Kids See It

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OUR THREE-YEAR-OLD neigh­bour, Zoey, was sit­ting on our front porch when she spot­ted an ant in the drive­way. She quickly jumped down and stepped on it. “There,” she said. “Now it won’t get run over by a car.” AR­LEEN AND PAUL MEYER, Kitch­ener, Ont.

ASK­ING YOUR CHILD to go get their sib­ling for din­ner is just ask­ing them to stand next to you and scream their sib­ling’s name. @CHEESE­BOY22

THE GIRL I BABYSIT has made me watch Wall-E at least 10 times, so I as­sumed it was her favourite movie. To­day, her mom told me that she watches it be­cause she thinks it’s mine. @MAD­DIEEP­OOLE

MY THREE-YEAR-OLD daugh­ter, Parisa, was read­ing with her grand­mother and sud­denly turned to her and asked, “Grandma, what would you like to be when you grow up?” SHAMIM JUMA, Thorn­hill, Ont.

“But I’m not even tir…”

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