You are so right…. I could just imagine that my kids were in the next room! I could even hear the whine in their voices!
Thanks for the comment.
Teaching for many years means I have had many experiences similar to the one in the story.
I’ve refereed a few of these conversations before!
Anyone involved with the care of two or more children is likely to recognise this encounter.
Oh yeah…..I can hear it all so clearly…..too! Very nice!
I know I have heard this type of argument many times.
Definitely a common theme when it comes to kids! Nice one!
“He said, she said” certainly pointed in this direction in my eyes.
Oh, my, Ross! This sounds so familiar! Cleverly done! I wrote a piece as well, but Linky is not being nice to me today. Waaaaaaaa!!
As a member of something called Team 100WC, I visit many blogs of children taking part in a challenge similar to Saturday Centus. At times I find troubles with the links set up. It can take time to find ways around a problem if it can be done at all. Hope the Linky problem was sorted out.
Gosh. Some things never change, do they?
What a timeless piece of writing!
I always enjoy your insight into children.
Thanks for the comment. I was checking back by a few stories and saw I hadn’t acknowledged this one.
Thirty years of working with children does tend to influence your thinking.
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