Friday, January 2, 2009

Home alone

Here is an interesting conversation I had with my 3 year old daughter recently ...

Mom: Come on let's go...
Dara: I want to stay home.
Mom: You can't stay home alone.
Dara: Yes I can.
Mom: But what would you do if you had an accident?
Dara: I would clean it up.
Mom: No I mean what would you do if you fell down and cut yourself, or a fire started, or a stranger came to the door?
Dara: [long, long pause while thinking].......I would put my blanket over my head and hide [demonstrates].
Mom: Yes and that is exactly why you are coming with me.

Also good to remember that hiding under a blanket is not a good solution, even though it feels oh so tempting most of the time.


IronMatron said...

What? Hiding under a blanket doesn't work?

Ange said...

So cute. And I'm with sorry to hear this doesn't work!

Nitsirk said...

I think you have to hide under the bed for it to be truly effective :) Cute.

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