Tapas and Trumps…

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.

Laughter is the best medicine

15 thoughts on “Tapas and Trumps…

  1. 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. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘ŒπŸ˜Š

  2. 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!

    1. Haha sounds brilliant πŸ‘. 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 πŸ˜‚.

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