My son always comes out with endless questions and answers. He loves to talk non-stop and sometimes it can be really funny. Sometimes I wish that I could tape the whole conservation down and play it back when he is older.
This afternoon, while I was driving back from swimming lesson, my son asked me a question, “Mummy, when you die, can I have your car?”.
“What?”, I replied in a surprised voice. I was thinking to myself that maybe he, at five years old, is already after inheritance. Who taught him that things get passed down?
So I asked him, “why can’t you earn your own money and buy yourself a new car?”. He thinks for a while and replies that he doesn’t think he can earn enough money to buy a car and he had no money with him at all.
So I encouraged him to study hard and get a good job when he is older. Then he told me he wants to be like his dad to be an office worker. He will go to London and find a job there as London is a very interesting place to stay. Oh bless! What has he been thinking?
I can’t believe how my five year old has grown up so fast to understand life. How I wish he can be as innocent as possible. Mummy loves Mr K!
What has your child been telling you today?