Tuesday, June 24, 2008

I heard it on T.V.

A couple of weeks ago all of my kids were having tummy trouble.

In the midst of everyone being sick, my older son Lil' Expert said "Mom, I think I'm lactose intolerant."

I said, "Where did you here that?"

He said, "I heard it on T.V. and when I ate a piece of cheese it went right through me!"

In a day or so he was fine, no more lactose intolerance. I thought it was so funny my seven year old was now self diagnosing based on what he saw on a T.V. commercial. The amazing thing was he remembered the word and used it mostly in the right context.

It is incredible what kids pick up, and a good reminder to be aware of the influences all around them. They really are little sponges.


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5 comments:

Karen of Sillymonkeez said...

That is such a cute story! Maybe he'll be a doctor someday?!!

Kids really are sponges and I'm reminded of that everyday by my own children. LOL!!

Kimber said...

LOL That is so cute and funny!

anymommy said...

They just absorb everything. It's crazy. I have about two years before my kids have me outsmarted completely.

Genny said...

Okay, he IS a little expert! How cute!

Elle said...

Yeah -so true
Great post