Poor, frustrated Steven.
(And no matter what it is, a few children always say, “I was going to say that next.”)
See Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, and Part 4.
See Part 1, Part 2, Part 4, and Part 5. Some kids think that if they qualify their original Sharing Can guess with the new detail, that they’ll be right this time. Other kids just like to crack themselves up.
I’m guessing that Matthew didn’t know what a “hedgehog” was, despite the best efforts of his helpful older brother.
(See Part 1, Part 3, Part 4, and Part 5.)
The Sharing Can is back!! For those of you just joining us, the Sharing Can is an opaque container that different students take home each day from Matthew’s preschool. They bring it back the next day with a small object inside and share three clues. The children try to guess what it is. Sometimes the process is quite humorous.
See Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, and Part 5.
Unfortunately Steven has inherited my allergies to cats. But it’s really quite sweet how much he loves Chai the cat/kitten, and Chai seems to feel likewise. See?
I don’t know what it is about little kids, but it seems that they always have to scootch themselves to the very top of the bed (even to the point of thunking their heads against the headboard!). Unfortunately this then puts them in the perfect position to whack us in the face with their elbows or arms…
Matthew was spending his night in my bed (Steve was actually having a sleepover in Steven’s room). In the middle of the night, he rolled over and told me his favorite joke.
The answer, by the way?
“I smell carrot.”
Steven has been known to send an entire screen of “poop” emojis to Steve.
Cutest thing. When someone asks Benjamin his name, he responds in a cute, small voice, “Ben-Ben.”