Aren’t children exciting?
We stopped for dinner in Penrith at a tapas restaurant tonight. It was a really cute and cosy little restaurant. My family was on a corner table. Then in the window there’s a nice couple having a romantic meal. The toddler was very well behaved until he’d finished with his meal and got a little bored as hubby and I were still eating.
From nowhere, he loudly announced, “Who likes trumping, put your hand up?” The couple at the table were killing themselves laughing.
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I couldn’t agree more with you, KL Caley, about the excitement that children bring into our lives. They have a way of making even the most mundane moments unforgettable. I can imagine the laughter and joy that the toddler’s innocent and unexpected comment brought to everyone in the restaurant. It’s these small moments that make life worth living, and it’s a reminder that we should always try to find joy in the little things. Your story is a perfect example of how the presence of children can bring happiness and laughter to people’s lives, even if they are complete strangers. 👍👏👌😊
Oh how true. KL ❤️
This is brilliant kids just say what they think – sadly we learn to tone it down somewhat, I would have put my hand up defo! 😂
How true 😂
Me, me, me, me!
What a spirit lifter lol 😆😆😆😆😆
Years ago there was a popular tv show here in The States called “Kids Say the Darndest Things”. The interviewer would ask the kids a leading question (usually about their parents) and some of the answers were hysterically funny.
Forget about the walls having ears; kids are the ones who pick up on everything we say and often repeat it at the most embarrassing time! Gotta love it!
Haha sounds brilliant 👏. We’ve got a show in the UK called secret lives of a four year old and it asks them some questions like “Why do you think people get married?” The answers are just brilliant 😂.
I’m sure it’s got to be hysterical at times! Out of the mouths of babes!
I remember my son once loudly announcing that the slightly grey-haired middle-aged man at the table next to us in a restaurant; “is so old, he must be 130!”