Wisdom Imparted To Me By My 3 Year Old Son

Kids are wonderful creatures. Their imaginations put most adults to shame and their lack of knowledge makes for some interesting conversations.

For that reason, I’ve compiled a list of things that my son believes to be true and there will be no convincing him otherwise.

Without further ado, here’s what I’ve learned.

#1 – Pinocchio’s character originates from the movie Shrek and NOT from either the 1883 children’s novel or the 1940 Disney classic. End of argument!

#2 – Boys have weiners and Girls have nooners. Common knowledge I know, but he feels the need to share this tidbit every few days.

#3 – Toots are hilarious, no matter the time or place they happen. I was already aware of this one but wanted to include it for those of you who had forgotten.

#4 – I am not allowed to be Spiderman. He is always Spiderman and I have to pick from the leftover super heroes. Note: He’s never seen Spiderman other than in toy form. Also, I wish I could be Spiderman.

#5 – Sharing is optional when he has something but is mandatory when he wants something.

#6 – No matter what episode of The Backyardigans I choose to play from the PVR, it’s the wrong one. There are 32 episodes on there and only one is correct each time.

#7 – Nana brings Donuts, therefore Nana is more valuable than Mommy and Daddy.

#8 – Going to WalMart means we’re either getting McDonald’s or Toys. There are no other reasons to go to WalMart.

#9 – Hide and Seek is still fun if you hide in the same place every time. Also, if you’re not found in 3 seconds, it is acceptable to stand up and say “Here I am!”

#10 – Hockey is boring but dropping rocks in sewers is amazing!

#11 – Banana’s are gross! So are grapes, strawberries, oranges, carrots, cucumbers, broccoli, blueberries and any food with colours in them.

#12 – If at first you don’t succeed, move on to something else. I’m working on this one….

#13 – Every game is called “I Win”, even if there are no winners and losers. Ex: Putting the last piece in a puzzle you do together is a win for you. I do not ever get to put the last piece in.

That’s all for now! As you can see, I’ve learned so much in my short term as a parent that it’s hard to keep track of it all.

I know there’s much more to learn from him and maybe I’ll revisit this when I have enough knowledge to share with you all.

Do your kids have any fun beliefs? Feel free to share them in the comments section and as always, don’t be afraid to share and tweet this post if you feel so inclined.

Cheers!!

14 replies
  1. tristan
    tristan says:

    #14: smiling after being scolded isn’t considered being a smart ass it’s being “justhappytohavenicetoysiloveyoumommy.” i’m still trying to wrap my head around this one.

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    • Chris
      Chris says:

      It’ll come Chaunce and you’ll be struggling to keep up with all the material you get! I only wish I had started writing sooner. So many missed posts.

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    • Chris
      Chris says:

      Thanks Joy, I’m not sure you get the option on Poppet’s beliefs. If you did get the option, I would certainly change the game I Win, to You Win, LOL.

      Thanks for the welcome!

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  2. Hali @daytodayMOMents
    Hali @daytodayMOMents says:

    Too cute! I could relate to it all, as I have a three year old boy myself. 🙂 Thanks for the smiles. Great to connect with another proud parent.

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  3. Leslie
    Leslie says:

    Loved this! My 3 yr old boy is the same! Some of his “truths” are anything he doesnt want to eat is “crunchy” , vegetables in soup are the only ones you can eat, there is never a situation where you need underwear 🙂

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    • Chris
      Chris says:

      For Luke it’s anything with colour. Pizza sauce is ketchup, the tiniest green pepper in anything is suicide, lol. Kids.

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