Originally Posted by ImaginaryIllusion
My son does. Barely out of first grade, he's put together a couple things he's been told over the year:
He was told that Babies are similar to parasites in the womb.
He was told that tapeworms are parasites.
He has concluded therefore, and it came up quite independantly during conversation a couple weeks ago, that "Babies are just like
So, maybe they're not far off the mark.
We joking call our own child a crotch goblin, so I can't say I disagree with his perspective. Its more the "ew, you have children" reaction we sometimes get from complete strangers or in the case of a place we once lived, "I didn't know they allowed children here." The neighbors there were completely horrid to my, then 2 year old, son just for his very presence in our the building. Other people's choices are none of my business and I expect the same respect. It wasn't like he was ever loud or running wildly in the halls. He was always just standing shyly at my side while I got the mail or did laundry. *shrugs*
Why do some people have to be rude about their opinions anyway?