Monday, February 11, 2013

Kids Spell it Out: On Being a Kid

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welcome to the Kids Spell It Out series! every monday will be a post filled with funny and adorable answers that kidlets give to questions. this week's question is:
What's the best thing about being a kid?

Snuggling with my mom.
Savannah {8}

Getting to be with my mom.
Henry {6.5} Play Dr. Mom

Toys, because you can play with them.

Getting to play with finger paint.
Sweet Pea {3.5} The Iowa Farmer's Wife
That I have toys and that I can love my mommy and daddy.  And that you can love your mommy even if you do something naughty.
Bear {4} Crayon Freckles

You get to play games.
R {5} Childhood Beckons
Going to school
Because you can be a superhero all day if you want.
Aiden {4} The Chirping Moms
Being small...that's pretty much it.
Maddie {4} Learn With Play at Home     

That you get to go to school!
Carter {6}

Growing fast when you sleep.
Big Brother {4} Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails {FSPDT}

Playing with dogs.
Dominic {5}

Playing with Audrey and Emma.
Jossi {2} True Aim Education
Because you get to do funner stuff than moms and dads.
Emma {6} MamaSmiles

Priscilla {4} B-Inspired Mama

I get to wear costumes.
Honor {3.5} Play Dr. Mom

I like pretty-school (pre-school) the best.
Aiden {4}

My imagination.
Chrysanna {6}

Lexi {4} True Aim Education

Eating candy.
Aaron {3} Random Handprints
Having fun
Aikman {6} Montessori Tidbits

I'm not sure. I like having hair cuts.
Tristan {5}

Hugging mom.
Emma {2} True Aim Education

Because you get gingerbread houses.
Johnny {5} MamaSmiles

Playing dollhouse everyday.

That I can play with really cool boy toys!
Sawyer {6} B-Inspired Mama

Eating candy.
Lily {3} MamaSmiles

Going to the park.

That I get more sleep than everybody.

Being good.
Audrey {5} True Aim Education

Playing outside.
Sammie {4.5} Two Big, Two Little
**side note: i didn't realize until last night that'd i did this same question in august... whoops.  there are some of the same kidlets in both posts.  i thought it was interesting to see how their answers changed**
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